Kitsap County Public Health is expanding its vaccination clinic operations and needs both non-medical and medical volunteers to be successful. Can you help?
Non-medical opportunities include assisting with traffic control, registration, and other administrative tasks. Medical volunteers can do non-medical tasks if they prefer, though we also need help with administrating the vaccines! Clinics usually have 2 shifts, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, and operate throughout the week.
If you are interested in being a volunteer with the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management (KCDEM) and the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), please submit your application through the Emergency Operations Center Volunteer Portal. Volunteers need to be at least 18 years of age and live in, or close to Kitsap County. Applications will be processed 50 at a time, so don’t be discouraged if the portal is not open the first time you click the link.
After you apply, we will ask you to e-mail us a passport sized picture. We will use your picture to create a volunteer ID for you to wear while you work, so a photo without sunglasses, hat or scarf is essential. Your application will be processed only after we receive your digital photo. You will then be sent an official emergency worker ID card for identifying you as a volunteer emergency worker with the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management (KCDEM) and the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
More information will then be sent via email on registering with the volunteer management program and how to sign up for available volunteer opportunities.
We are excited to grow the COVID-19 vaccination program in Kitsap County and grateful for your help. Thank you!