The Office of Community Medicine is always looking for volunteers to help support current projects. If you are interested in volunteering, please send us an email describing your skills, special interests, or ways that you would like to get involved with the work that we do.
Rochester Regional Health’s Medical Education Office works with the community and local colleges to organize rotations. More information about scheduling an elective can be found here.
The Office of Community Medicine has a wide-variety of grant-funded projects going on at any given point in time and recognizes the value of student internships. Please email us your resume and a cover letter proposing your project or the skill sets and type of work you are interested in working on in exchange for school credit. Past internships have included part-time or full-time commitment at the graduate and undergraduate levels in social work, international studies, and public health. Projects have touched on areas of research, communication, community outreach, and education. More information on our current programming can be found here.
Rochester Committee on Refugee Resettlement (RCORR)
The Rochester Committee on Refugee Resettlement meets monthly at the Office of Community to discuss current issues facing the refugee communities. This meeting is open to anyone who works with refugees in any capacity from medical providers, to school staff, to community advocates and volunteers. For more information or to be added to this distribution listing contact us here.
Interested in a career with Rochester Regional Health? All job opportunities are continuously updated on the Rochester Regional Health web site. Click here to find the position of your dreams.