As a Project Access Northwest community volunteer, you will make a difference in your life and the lives of others. We need volunteers with a variety of backgrounds, skills and experience. Volunteers enable more patients to access needed care and will make a marked difference in the health of the community and our patients served.
What can I do as a volunteer at Project Access Northwest?
At Project Access Northwest, we need volunteers with a variety of backgrounds, skills and experience. Volunteers help us help our patients to access needed care and make a marked difference in the health of the community and our patients.
For more information, please contact Interim Director of Development Michael Welke at MichaelW@projectaccessnw.org or 206-858-4191.
What qualifications do I need to volunteer at Project Access Northwest?
- Ability to listen and communicate well with diverse populations
- Flexibility, patience and creativity
- Basic data entry and research skills
- Ability to learn quickly
- Organizational skills and strong attention to detail
- Belief in the mission and goals of Project Access Northwest
What are the benefits of volunteering at Project Access Northwest?
- Volunteers will gain considerable work experience and skill development.
- Volunteers do work to directly benefit the mission of Project Access Northwest and individuals served.
- Volunteers make a difference in the of the community clinics and contribute to the health of the community.
- Volunteers will gain knowledge about the non-profit environment.
- A work record will be kept for the volunteer (with timesheets and feedback) so the position will provide them with valuable job or school references.
Where will I volunteer?
Project Access Northwest's administrative offices are located in Seattle on Capitol Hill near Broadway and Madison.
Contact Interim Director of Development Michael Welke or complete the form below. We'll be in touch.