LCOMCares Service Corps

Convened by Christa Zehle, M.D., senior associate dean for medical education, and Nathalie Feldman, M.D., director of the learning environment, the LCOMCares Service Corps is a group of medical students, graduate students, faculty, and staff at the UVM Larner College of Medicine, dedicated to collaboratively seeking out, organizing, and fulfilling volunteer needs within the local community.

COVID-19 Task Force 

During the COVID-19/novel coronavirus pandemic, the Service Corps as convened a COVID-19 Task Force to specifically address the unique volunteer needs created by the social, financial, and medical upheaval associated with the pandemic. Throughout the course of the pandemic, the group will meet three times a week to discuss ongoing efforts, vet new ones, and discuss the promotion of these efforts both externally and within the Larner community. 

Misson

The LCOMCares Service Corps COVID-19 Task Force will help facilitate volunteer efforts and services pertaining to COVID-19 between the Larner College of Medicine faculty, staff, and students, the University of Vermont Medical Center, the College's clinical partners, and the surrounding community.

Task Force Members

NameAffiliation
Nathalie FeldmanOffice of Medical Student Education, Task Force Chair
Summer GriffinOffice of Medical Student Education, Task Force Administrative Assistant
Kiersten HallquistOffice of Medical Student Education, Student Services Coordinator
Karen VincentUVM Medical Center Human Resources
Michelle BooklessMedical Communications, Digital Content Manager
Nina SheddMedical Communications, Web Manager
Raj ChawlaTechnology Services
JJ BivonaPre Doctoral Fellow/Trainee, LCOM Graduate Student Council
Hillary Danis2021 MD Candidate
Naira Goukasian2021 MD Candidate
Madeline Fritz2022 MD Candidate
Matt Hill2022 MD Candidate
Lud Habtu2023 MD Candidate
Micaila Baroffio2023 MD Candidate
Michael Lawler2023 MD Candidate
Vinh Le2023 MD Candidate

 

 

Student Volunteer Opportunities

We are sharing opportunities and needs in the State of Vermont. The University of Vermont has not vetted or researched these opportunities, and cannot warrant or recommend one opportunity over another. It is your sole responsibility to thoroughly evaluate any volunteer organization or opportunity before engaging. Please practice physical distancing and follow the established guidelines to keep yourself and your community safe.

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Contact Us

The LCOMCares Service Corps can be contacted at LCOMCaresServiceCorps@med.uvm.edu.