The success of the Asian Liver Center is due no less to the incredible interns that work with us. We look for talented, high-potential individuals who will thrive and promote a healthier community through hepatitis B and liver cancer prevention. College internships, with opportunities for awards, are available for both the summer and academic year. Click here to learn more.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University. Your time and talent can make a real difference in people's lives. Whether they are assisting in hepatitis B prevention talks or helping out at health fairs, volunteers are an important part of our outreach and educational events every year.
Here's how you can help!
Outreach & Education
From screenings and health fairs to helping out with projects at the office, volunteers are involved in a number of outreach and educational events critical to our organization, gaining an insider's perspective on the Asian Liver Center's mission. Please fill in this form to get started and we'll be in touch shortly!
We welcome volunteers who are looking for unique volunteering opportunities in helping corporate professionals engage in hepatitis B education, awareness, and advocacy in the workplace.
All volunteer hours will be eligible under The President's Volunteer Service Award.
If you have any questions or more information about how you can help, please contact Mie-Na Srein, Outreach & Corporate Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Asian Liver Center, Beijing is committed to addressing the prevalence of hepatitis B infection and stigma in China. Interns and volunteers are a very important part of our outreach and educational events and activities in China every year. We look for talented, enthusiastic and motivated individuals who will thrive and want to promote a healthier community through hepatitis B and liver cancer prevention. College internships and volunteering opportunities are available for both the summer and academic year. Learn more: http://www.joinjade.cn
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The Education Poverty Alleviation office at Tsinghua University (in Beijing), one of the most prominent universities in China, hosts the Summer Service and Learning Program (SSLP) every year to invite international student volunteers to provide education services at different locations in rural China. Now the Program is open for application, and the application deadline is March 20. Learn more: http://goglobal.tsinghua.edu.cn/program/summerservice2017