Volunteer, Internships & Job Shadowing

“It is essential to the success of our mission that we engage the community in what the Health Center is doing. Ultimately, we also see our volunteers as our partners in advocating for a healthier, active lifestyle for Clay County residents.” - Former Director Gary E. Zaborac

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC). Your interest is appreciated and needed. Volunteers make a real difference in the Health Center’s ability to serve the Clay County Community more effectively and efficiently. The following is a sampling of possible volunteer opportunities:

  • Perform clerical and administrative work
  • Provide support for community outreach clinics, flu shot clinics and public health special events
  • Work as nurses, CPR instructors, translators, community educators, peer leaders and more
  • Work to protect the community in a public health emergency


Are you willing to volunteer at the food pantry, do admin work or help in other capacities? Complete our volunteer interest form. After submitting, you will be contacted by our volunteer coordinator.


Internships are available on a limited basis for students interested in gaining practical work experience so they can pursue public health careers. Applications received are evaluated and contact is made if an opportunity is available.

If you would like to apply to become an intern or a volunteer with CCPHC, please save the Internship Application to your computer, complete and submit per the instructions on the application form. Applicants who are selected will be contacted by our internship coordinator.