Important Information for Volunteers
We appreciate all you do to help us provide quality care for our patients. For your safety, beginning Monday, 3/23/2020, CVIM is closed to all volunteers until further notice unless you have arranged with staff specifically to come to the clinic. If you have questions or concerns please contact Cheryl White at 814-360-0480. Please continue to check our web site for updates. Updates will be posted each day by 6PM.
We are postponing our Volunteer Appreciation week scheduled for April 19-25, 2020. Give Kids a Smile scheduled for April 24, 2020 is postponed. Corn Hole, scheduled for April 25, 2020, is also postponed.
Looking for a Rewarding Experience? Read how a past volunteer loved her time at CVIM.
Join the volunteers at Centre Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM), and donate your time and talents to help meet the great demand for medical and dental care in Centre County. Many people without insurance depend on us for free primary medical services. At the same time, we depend on our experienced volunteers. Volunteering with our dental and medical clinic is a great way to show you care. We have volunteer opportunities in the following areas:
To learn more about volunteering, please look at our Volunteer Handbook. Thank you for your commitment of a few hours weekly or monthly. We ask that you are willing to commit for at least one year.
Clinical Licensed or Certified Volunteers
For volunteers with a current clinical license or certification we have positions available for:
- Dental Hygienists
- Dental or Physician Assistants
- Case Managers
You do not need to have a clinical background to volunteer. We also have positions for:
- Medical Records Clerks
- Eligibility Assistants
- Data Entry
- Special Projects
- Fundraising Committees
Penn State Student Volunteers
Students for Centre Volunteers in Medicine, established in the Fall 2019, brings together students who believe in helping others. Part of their mission states, “Through social media, community outreach, volunteering, and fundraising, our students are making a difference in the lives of others right here in Centre County.”
The Club will be works with other Penn State organizations to coordinate support for CVIM both in the clinic and at special events.