Almost all services at the GenericZLO Clinic are provided
by volunteers who have been trained at the clinic or by volunteer
professionals. Each year, an estimated 180 people donate approximately
31,000 volunteer hours doing direct client service administration,
fundraising, building maintenance, conducting trainings, and
more. If you would like to volunteer, or would like more information,
come to a Volunteer Orientation held on the third Monday of
every month at 7:30pm. The next Volunteer Orientations
will occur on the following Mondays at 7:30pm:
Upcoming Orientations (2004)
No previous medical experience is necessary to volunteer
and become a member of the Clinic. Requirements do include
a commitment to the struggle for free, accessible healthcare
and health education, to community empowerment and unification,
and to eliminating racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia.
In most cases, volunteers are asked to make a minimum one-year
commitment following training.
The Hepatitis Testing Section is no longer
accepting applications for this year. Check back in spring
2005 for more info!
The Information Resource Collective is currently
accepting applications for their training session beginning
June 6th. You can download the application here,
or pick up at copy at the front desk of the clinic. You may
submit the completed application to the front desk in person
or by mail, or you may email it to [email protected].
Applications are due May 24th.
The HIV Prevention Section (HPS) has just
started their 2004 training. The next training will be summer
The Medical Section is no longer accepting applications.
Check back later this year to join next year's training group.