Volunteer and Make a Difference
We know that improved health means improved lives. Volunteers have an opportunity to strengthen and support communities through healthcare programs and other initiatives while building a longstanding legacy.
Choosing to volunteer is a life-changing decision. While the rewards are rich, volunteering requires research and preparation before your field placement or remote volunteering project. Read our FAQs here or contact us here with questions.
We love what we do, but we can't do it alone.
Remote volunteering allows you to donate your skills and time to change lives, all from the comfort of your home. All you need is a laptop and a good internet connection.
In times of great disruption and closed borders due to the COVID-19 crisis, help us fight this pandemic and its aftermath by remote volunteering.Learn More
Sarah Rubino is a nurse midwife who served with us in Nzara, South Sudan in 2018. After welcoming her son Max into the world, she returned to Nzara once again—this time as a nurse midwife and a mother.
Volunteer in the Field
Help us deliver the best possible health solutions to women and children in need with dignity, respect, and love. Donate your time and expertise as a clinical professional to support health systems worldwide. Watch our Volunteer Program video here to learn more.
CMMB is seeking licensed clinical professionals over the age of 21 who can serve for a minimum of 6 months in the following volunteer positions.Learn More
Develop Your Skills and Gain Experience
CMMB is seeking undergraduate and graduate students who can intern for a minimum of 150 hours and support us across our programmatic and departmental areas.
Start by completing the internship application here. We will review your application and schedule a personal interview. If your background and skill set meet our needs, you will become the part of CMMB team.Learn More
Make an Impact on Campus
CMMB's goal is to empower youth with the resources and skills to be humanitarian leaders—acting to support the world’s most vulnerable women and children.
Working with CMMB, leaders of student chapters mobilize their fellow students through advocacy, education, community building, fundraising, and other activities. CMMB x Hunter College created a student community on campus to advocate for women and children in need.
You can launch a student chapter at your college or university today. To get started, contact us here for more information.
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Institutional partners play an important role in our Volunteer Program and mission to provide healthier lives worldwide. We work with a wide range of partners, including universities, health systems, corporations, foundations, and other organizations.Learn More
CMMB Alumni and Ambassadors
Stay connected with CMMB. As an experienced volunteer, you can provide our global community with invaluable insights on your impact. We offer many ways for past volunteers and interns to reconnect with their experiences by partnering on events and networking with other alumni and supporters.Learn More