Student Opportunities

Do you want to make a difference by educating and registering your peers and/or community as organ, eye, and tissue donors?  

Campus & Community Donor Drives

Organizing a campus donor drive is fun and easy! Set up a table at lunch, during a blood drive, or at a big game! Check out our video on 10 steps to run a successful donor drive! Donate Life Northwest provides free tools and mentoring.  Contact us to get started.

GoRecycleYourself.com

GoRecycleYourself.com is a national Donate Life America campaign.  Follow us for the latest in the world of donation.  If you are a graphic or media arts student, contact us to enrich your resume by producing content for GRY's social media channels.


Boy Scouts Donor Awareness Patch

The Donor Awareness Patch requires that the scouts learn about donation and then go home and discuss donation with three family members. The education of the scouts can be accomplished by having the scout leader present donation information to their Troop or having a representative of Donate Life Northwest (staff or volunteer) present at the scout meeting, answer questions, and give the scouts all the information they need to understand donation, its impact on individuals and the community, and the necessity of talking to their family about donation.

Girl Scouts Donate Life Patch Program

The Donate Life Patch Program for Girl Scouts aims to teach the scouts positive values, challenge seeking, and community problem solving, all while learning how to save and heal lives through organ donation. Girl Scouts can participate in a variety of age-appropriate activities in order to earn their patch. Check out the Quick Start Guide to find recommended patch program activities and learn about organ, eye, and tissue donation. Contact Donate Life Northwest (education@donatelifenw.org) to have staff or volunteers present at a troop meeting, or to inquire about the availability of patches.

College Campus Partnerships

Donate Life Northwest is proud to support initiatives with collegiate groups in Oregon and SW Washington.

Student Interns

We welcome resumes year-round. Visit our Staff Directory and contact the appropriate staffer to inquire about current opportunities. 

Student Volunteers

  • Interested in a career in Education or Public Health? Want to make a difference and gain experience in a nationally renowned program? Become a Donate Life Educator
  • Gain leadership, communications, and event planning skills by planning and hosting an awareness event. Check out our handout on student projects to get ideas.

Contact

Direct questions or comments to education@donatelifenw.org, 503-494-7888.