SHOW Student Clinical Volunteer Application
SHOW offers a variety of interprofessional clinical volunteer opportunities, all aligning with SHOW's overall mission to serve vulnerable populations. Eligibility for student clinical volunteers is contingent on applicants being students at one of Arizona's three public universities (Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, or University of Arizona). For more information on eligibility and opportunities, please see the Volunteer Opportunities packet:

Prior to filling out this form, you will want to identify what population(s) you would like to serve through SHOW, compile your resume/CV, and prepare a response to the following question: "Why do you want to participate in SHOW and what do you hope to gain as a clinical volunteer? (200 word max.)"

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Please Read!
Please confirm your eligibility below before applying! We encourage all interested in applying for one of our six student-run committees - all community members are welcome to apply. More information here:
Volunteer Requirements
Volunteer Requirements are based on your role within SHOW. Please note that Student Clinical Volunteers include any student who will be working with patients/clients. Student volunteers must be a student of ASU, NAU or U of A. Each opportunity below may have more specific requirements, so please read through the descriptions below.

Once you have submitted your application, if accepted, you will be asked to submit documentation from the requirements list ( and may be asked to complete additional forms. Please begin to gather this information in preparation.

Street Medicine - Phoenix Roles and Responsibilities (Open!)
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Street Medicine Phoenix (SMP) is a student-driven interprofessional health care and social justice team consisting of students and faculty from the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and Northern Arizona University. SMP serves as the outreach arm for Student Health Outreach for Wellness, which has a network of clinics across the valley serving vulnerable populations including individuals experiencing homelessness, individuals from low income communities, and individuals recovering from substance use. Utilizing a biopsychosocial model of care, SMP aims to improve the health and well-being of Phoenix’s homeless population by holistically addressing each individual’s goals and needs. Student volunteers will learn the principles of holistic, person-centered care by working in interprofessional teams. These teams will be comprised of students from a multitude of professions including medicine, nursing, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, public health, and more. Each team will interact with and address the needs of persons experiencing homelessness directly where they are, whether in a park or on the streets.

Mesa Clinic Roles and Responsibilities (Coming Soon!)
The SHOW Mesa Clinic will serve those recovering from substance abuse disorders. We are hoping to open for Spring 2019 clinical rotations.

Health Professional Student Volunteers (for graduate students)
Composed of various health professional students working on interprofessional teams under health professional preceptors. Students are responsible for assessment, formulating diagnoses, treatment planning, and evaluation of primary care patient problems. Currently, the SHOW interprofessional care management at Crossroads Inc. includes psychiatric nursing, physical therapy, social work, and family nursing.

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