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Casa Alitas Welcome Center - Tucson, AZ

Project HOPE and SEAHEC (Southeast Arizona Health Education Center) are partnering to support and welcome asylum-seekers newly arrived to the US. Project HOPE medical volunteers will provide support at the Casa Alitas Welcome Center, under the leadership and guidance of the Southeast Arizona Health Education Center. The program aims to ensure the safety and well-being of all guests as they arrive and prepare to join their family members and sponsors throughout the United States, through provision of health education, triage, care or referrals, and connecting guests with information and trusted partners across the US.

Location: Tucson, AZ

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Emergency Response Roster - Project HOPE HQ

One of Project HOPE's five priorities is Disasters and Health Crises. Project HOPE is committed to responding to disasters with a high humanitarian impact and being one of the first organizations on the ground to assess and address urgent health needs.

If you are a person that is positive, flexible, compassionate and able to thrive in a fast-paced, unpredictable environment, we invite you to apply to this opportunity to be considered as a member of our Emergency Response Roster. Please remember to fill in any language skills you may have, as this is often a determining factor for emergency response deployments.

Members of our Emergency Response Roster will receive an e-mail requesting members' availability for deployment whenever Project HOPE is responding or prepositioning to respond to a disaster.

Location: Project HOPE HQ

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General Volunteer Database - Various Locations

Join our volunteer database!

If after browsing through our current opportunities, you do not see a match for your skillset, you can submit your application to the general database. This will allow us to search for candidates with specific expertise when new opportunities arise by doing a keyword search on your resume and searching for skills/specialty you've identified on your application.

As new volunteer opportunities are identified, we will publish them on our website, so feel free to check in regularly and be sure to keep your volunteer profile up-to-date and accurate! If your information changes, please log back in and update it accordingly.

Location: Various Locations

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Volunteer Interpreter or Translator - Project HOPE HQ

Volunteer interpreters/translators are integral to the day to day running of our programs. They are the bridge between the staff, program participants and partner organizations, providing accurate communication in a common language. Opportunities are available throughout the year but are infrequent and dependent on the demand for interpretation in the language you can offer.

Location: Project HOPE HQ

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