Texas Association of Charitable Clinics
About the organization
The Texas Association of Charitable Clinics, (TXACC) founded in 2003 is a private, not for profit 501(c)3 membership association that supports Texas' free and charitable clinics. Through mentoring, the provision of resources and education and advocacy efforts, TXACC seeks to strengthen the charitable clinic network in Texas. The Texas Association of Charitable Clinics VISTA Program is looking to place individuals who are committed to national service and public health in the clinics throughout Texas that are dedicated to providing quality healthcare services to low-income individuals. Our VISTA Members will be working on various projects at free and charitable clinics across Texas with the goal of expanding affordable healthcare. VISTA Program members will be provided with on-going support and training, as well as invaluable experience in the healthcare field.
At Sacred Heart Community Clinic in Round Rock Texas, the VISTA Member will be working to increase community awareness, engagement and donations. To do this the VISTA Member will attend community events, create promotional materials and improve the clinic’s existing web presence. He/she will also be responsible for coordinating in-kind and sponsor donations for annual gala event. The VISTA Member will also be researching and applying to community grants. Experience in WordPress and social media campaigns is a plus.
Must be a Citizen or Lawful Resident of the United States. Must have a Bachelor's (no specific field necessary). Must be at least 18 years old or older and under 100 years old. Must be willing to work full-time and commit to a year service term
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