Incident Command Volunteering
The Johns Hopkins Incident Command Center (COVID-19 response) needs support in their efforts over the next few weeks. We are asking nursing, med, public health, and grad students as well as any unoccupied employees for their assistance. Please fill out the form below if you are interested. We will send out shifts to sign up for after gauging interest. NOTE: Nobody will be doing anything clinical or come into contact with any people with suspected or known cases of COVID-19. If you are unable to fulfill your volunteering assignment for whatever reason please let us know and we can try to reassign you. All of the opportunities listed below are volunteer only (no payment).

Once you have filled out this volunteering interest form, you will be added to our email list for opportunities for volunteering that arise. Keep an eye out for those emails so you can sign up! We truly appreciate all of your support in our response.

School of Nursing: Alison Bradbury; abradbu1@jhu.edu
School of Public Health: Alyssa Cawley; acawley1@jhu.edu
School of Medicine (1st and 2nd years): Leigh Alon; lalon2@jhmi.edu
School of Medicine (3rd and 4th years): Julia Wainger; jwainge1@jhmi.edu
All other graduate students: Julia Wainger; jwainge1@jhmi.edu
Other employees: Alyssa Cawley; acawley1@jhu.edu

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Name
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Type of student (current)
Are you currently on payroll from the university? (stipend, work-study, etc)
E-mail
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Phone Number
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We anticipate most of the needs will be in Baltimore but if you are not located here, there is a chance we could use remote assistance. Are you currently in Baltimore?
If in Baltimore, approximately how long does it take you to get to the main hospital? (1800 Orleans St.)
Your answer
Do you have a valid driver's license in the state of Maryland?
What kind of job would you be interested in doing? (Check all that apply)
What language(s) do you speak other than English?
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Anything else we should know?
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