Volunteer opportunity: Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention
IU School of Medicine Jan 26, 2018
- Do you enjoy teaching, spending time with kids, or serving our Indianapolis community?
- Need a break from studying or want to bank some community service hours?
- Want a jump start on pathology or even a quick refresher?
ASAP (Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention) could be the right volunteer opportunity for you!
- We use plastinated pathology organs to teach 5th-12th grade students how substance abuse negatively affects their bodies.
- Events are held at local schools and Boys & Girls Clubs and last 1-2 hours.
- NO outside studying or preparation is required!
- Attend as many or as few events as you want- even if it’s just one!
- Any student, MS1-MS4, is welcome to participate.
- We do our best to schedule events away from exams!
Our next event:
Wednesday, February 7th from 5:30-6:30 pm at Finish Line Boys and Girls Club; Located at 3870 N. Post Rd, Indianapolis IN 46226
How do I get started?
Because we work with kids the programs we work with check the sex & violent offender registry for each volunteer. If you would like to become a volunteer with us then please e-mail email@example.com with the following information:
- First & Last Name
- Date of Birth
- County and State of residence
Contact the ASAP Co-Chairs:
Patrick Goodin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie Wiseman: email@example.com
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