Become a Volunteer
You can be a part of the CSMLS by lending your time and talents to helping our vision and mission.
Depending on your interest and experience, there is an opportunity for you.
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→ Project Medishare (Now Accepting Applicants)
Medical Laboratory Technologist Needed
- Location: Hospital Clinical Laboratory in Port au Prince, Haiti
- Time of service: minimum 5-6 month commitment
- When: ASAP
- Compensation: monthly stipend, living expenses, travel included. Call for more information.
- Language skills: French (required), English
Project Medishare is a healthcare charitable organization affiliated with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and has been actively involved in Haiti since the early 1990s. Shortly after the January 2010 earthquake Project Medishare formed a partnership with Bernard Mevs Hospital in Port au Prince.
Bernard Mevs Hospital has a full service clinical laboratory that serves approximately 50 inpatient beds, with an active outpatient clinic. Much help is needed in establishing quality laboratory practice. We recently received a small grant from the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund to create a certificate program in quality laboratory practice. Because the primary need is to convey quality principles, we are seeking an individual with clinical laboratory supervisor experience.
If you are interested in an adventure and would like to help a deserving and wonderful group of health professionals, as well as having a life experience you will never forget, please contact us for more details!
CSMLS owes its existence and decades of growth as a professional organization to its member volunteers -- not to just a few, but thousands of volunteers who have given something back to their profession.
Our members volunteer in various ways – and you can too! The amount of time you volunteer is up to you.
Many volunteers start small – dedicating just a little time and effort. Most find it enriching and rewarding both professionally and personally and want to do more. Soon they are actively involved volunteering for assignments they never thought possible.
Volunteering is not just about giving there are many other benefits of volunteering including:
- Improving interpersonal skills
- Developing better communications skills
- Meeting a diverse range of people
- Learning or sharpening organizational skills
- Expanding your professional horizon
- Becoming a part of a professional community
- Increasing your visibility
- Contributing positive change to your profession
- Offering divergent ideas from across the country
- Providing insight and perspective from your med lab