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GET INVOLVED

Become a Student Volunteer

The HEALTH Center for Addictions Research and Cancer Prevention is seeking students from all levels interested in getting involved with the research projects we fund and the community-engaged outreach work that we do. Volunteers are accepted based on a competitive application and an interview. Evaluation criteria of student applications are availability, interests, and prior experience, as well as the goals, objectives, and needs of the RCMI at UH. We are particularly interested in recruiting and providing opportunities to students under-represented in the sciences (e.g., women, individuals with disabilities, individuals from under-represented racial/ethnic groups). POTENTIAL BENEFITS INCLUDE: • Participating in the conduct of cutting-edge research projects • Participating in health fairs and other community outreach events • Attending research talks and other programming • Building relationships with research mentors • Potential professional presentation & authorship opportunities (depending on length and nature of commitment) • Learning more about addictions and cancer prevention • Getting academic credit hours or fulfilling other university program requirements (as requested) DOWNLOAD YOUR APPLICATION BELOW AND THEN SEND US: • The completed application form • A cover letter (1 pg.) explaining your interest in working at the HEALTH Center for Addictions Research and Cancer Prevention • Your resume or CV PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETE APPLICATION, PREFERABLY AS A PDF TO: HEALTHrcmi@central.uh.edu Subject Line: RCMI Student App _ Last Name

Become a Community Volunteer

Do you want to do something that is satisfying and of great service to your community? Then become a Community Volunteer for the RCMI at UH!


We are seeking Community Volunteers who are interested in getting involved with the community-engaged outreach work that we do in addictions and cancer prevention. Benefits include opportunities to participate in health fairs and other community events.

   
Volunteers are accepted on the basis of a completed application and an associated training for community volunteers.