Volunteering for the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Volunteers are needed for the University’s on-campus vaccination clinic that will administer the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer) from Thursday, April 8 through Thursday, April 15 in the Compton Family Ice Area. This University-wide event is particularly important to ensure all those wish to be vaccinated have the opportunity. For all information regarding this event, please visit https://here.nd.edu/health-safety/covid-19-vaccination-information/.

Rest assured, as a volunteer, you will not be administering the vaccines. Rather, volunteers are needed to greet people when they arrive, check in individuals for their scheduled appointment, assist the vaccinators as scribes, run supplies, schedule individuals for second dose appointments, direct people and so on. Several volunteer roles require use of technology and access to the system that the Indiana Department of Health utilizes to manage appointments and registration. This system is simple to use and you will receive the necessary training on-site. Other roles require no training or use of technology.

Please feel free to sign up to volunteer here and for multiple shifts if your schedule allows. We need up to 100 volunteers each day (50 volunteers per shift) to operate the clinic.

Information confirming scheduling will be sent to you at least one day prior to your shift. Lunch or dinner will be provided depending on your scheduled shift. If you have any questions, please contact vaccine@nd.edu.

NOTE – Volunteers will also be needed for the 2nd dose clinic to be held on Thursday, April 29 through Thursday. May 6th. Volunteer requests for the second clinic will open soon.

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