The MRC is part of the Citizen Corps, a nationwide initiative to mobilize and coordinate trained volunteers to help their communities respond to all types of disasters, MRC volunteers are called upon when public health services are required.
MRC provides the framework for teams of local volunteers who have medical, public health or other health and environmental skills to give their time and expertise in a public health emergency. In addition, volunteers support the mission and programs of the department by assisting in the delivery of non-emergency public health and environmental services.
If you would like to learn more about volunteering with the Washington County Department of Public Health & Environment, contact the Volunteer Program coordinator at 651-430-6737 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Experience and Internships
The Department of Public Health and Environment provides a limited number of opportunities for clinical experiences for undergraduate or graduate students and internships.
Washington County Department of Public Health and Environment has a paid 67 day or 270 hour temporary worker opening available in order to assist department staff with a Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) Health Eating at the Farmers Market strategy. Click here from more information.