Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Project Homeless Connect Omaha 2013! (Friday, March 22, 8:00am – 2:30pm for Volunteers. Guest intake will be from 8:30am – 2:00pm).
All volunteers must be 19 years old (by March 22) unless assisting with Set Up/Clean Up.
Creighton University encourages employees to participate as a volunteer for Project Homeless Connect Omaha. This year Creighton has approved staff and faculty to use excused paid time to volunteer at this event. It is important, however, to obtain prior approval from supervisors to ensure departments have the coverage necessary to conduct business.
Click on your volunteer role below. (If you have any technical difficulties with the online registration or questions, please email PHCO@creighton.edu.)
Volunteers will assist a homeless guest in filling out a basic in-take form and navigating the guest throughout the process of accessing professional services offered at the event. There are two time slots for volunteers to sign up for. There will be mandatory training sessions for all new Navigators (optional for returning Navigators). Questions about volunteering as a Navigator should be emailed to PHCO@creighton.edu
Volunteers will help set-up for Homeless Connect Omaha Thursday evening 6:00pm – 8:00pm or clean-up after the event Friday afternoon. Questions about volunteering with set-up or clean-up should be emailed to PHCO@creighton.edu
Creighton Health Science Volunteers
If you are a Creighton Health Science Volunteer, please click on your discipline below. The password is “OISSE”.
Questions about volunteering as a Creighton Health Science Volunteer should be emailed to the OISSE office at, firstname.lastname@example.org
- CU Pharmacy faculty/staff/students
- CU Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy faculty/staff/students
- CU Medical, Nursing, EMS faculty/staff/students
We welcome Licensed Health Care Providers who are non-Creighton employees to work alongside Creighton faculty, staff, students and other community partners to provide health assessment screenings in their respective discipline.
We encourage Licensed Health Care Providers interested in volunteering for Project Homeless Connect Omaha 2013 to register online. The password is “OISSE”.
Questions about volunteering as a Licensed Health Care Provider should be emailed to Dr. Lorraine Rusch.
Social Service Agency
Representatives offer information and services to our guests at assigned tables. (Please email Ed Shada if you are interested in registering as a Social Service Agency, email@example.com)
To learn more about PHCO and what the day means, take a few minutes to listen to reflections from the day.