Program Manager, Volunteers and Interns
Volunteers at Strut have the opportunity to serve the community and improve the health and wellness of people who seek our services. We offer meaningful volunteer opportunities, and we value our volunteers as essential to the work we do.
Volunteer opportunities include:
Fill out our online application today!
Socialites are required to work one event per month. A weekly or biweekly three-hour shift is required for all other roles. Shift times are flexible with both weekday/daytime and evening/weekend shifts available. There is currently a waiting list for all evening and weekend positions.
All new Strut volunteers are required to complete a two-step tuberculosis (TB) testing process, privacy and confidentiality training, and a background check. All volunteers are required to furnish proof of current hepatitis B and influenza vaccination prior to beginning volunteer service. Strut will provide all of these services to new volunteers.
All new volunteers will begin volunteering at the front desk or reception, or at events as a Socialite. After fulfilling an initial six month commitment, volunteers may move into an HIV/STI test counselor or licensed clinician role (if qualified). If you’re interested in being a test counselor or licensed clinician volunteer, we require a one year weekly or biweekly commitment. There is often a waiting list.
To begin the process of becoming a volunteer at Strut, fill out our online application.
Once applications are reviewed and approved to move forward, prospective volunteers whose interests and availability match up with currently open volunteer positions will be invited to attend a one-on-one screening with our volunteer manager to find the best role placement based on the candidate’s goals and objectives.
Our robust program is popular in the community and we often have a waiting list for all positions. Due to the limited number of positions available, our screening process is competitive. Unfortunately we are not always able to place every applicant. We do our very best to keep waiting list times to a minimum. Prospective volunteers with strictly evening and weekend availability will generally experience longer wait times.
Are you interested in a more comprehensive sexual health clinical training program? Work alongside sexual health clinicians and volunteers, insurance benefits navigators and community programs staff–all experts in HIV prevention, treatment and advocacy. Gain real-world experience providing sexual health services to the queer community during a 16-week paid training program.
Support our syringe access sites by providing harm reduction supplies, referrals and information to people who visit our Harm Reduction Center and mobile syringe & health service sites.
Learn about harm reduction, support our Syringe Access Services program and help end the HIV epidemic by joining our weekly volunteer group, held every Wednesday evening from 6 pm – 8 pm. There’s no special training or orientation — simply sign up, show up and volunteer. Come once or as often as you’d like. Space is limited; please sign up in advance.