Joining Forces for Healthful Communities

Volunteer Opportunities

Preconception Peer Educator training program

October 30, 2019
11:15 am- 11:45 am
Mercer County,

Preconception Peer Educator training program

October 4, 2019
11:35 am- 12:05 pm
Middlesex County,

MHANJ Wellness Table at Walk for Wellness and Recovery

October 13, 2018
8:00am - 12:00pm
Union County,

Volunteer Matches




Great resource for RN-BSN, DNP & Graduate Practicum Hours

Volunteering in community based settings is a great way to engage on a deeper level with the communities that you serve. It allows you to understand the ways in which the Social Determinants of Health affect your patients and ways that you can get more involved to be a true leader and change agent. All this while fulfilling practicum hours for your RN-BSN, DNP or graduate education.

Rutgers Leadership Masters Nursing Students 2018

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Volunteer Stories

Creating an Engaged Community

Felt good to create a successful event where we engaged our community in a cause that mattered.

Deborah Fisher

Motivated to Make a Difference

Engaging with leaders from various industries in my county on the COYL task force has given me motivation to make a difference outside the scope of my day job.

Nina Vaid Raoji

Something Different

I loved doing something different that I had never done before that included using my healthcare knowledge in the community.

Beth Jameson

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