For many suffering from leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood disorders there is hope of a cure through a bone marrow or blood stem cell transplant. That is, of course, if a matching donor can be found. That's where you come in.
By running bone marrow registration drives on your campus, you are giving patients with blood cancer their second chance at life.
The Gift of Life Campus Ambassador Program (CAP) enlists students like you for an opportunity to run cheek swab drives at your college. By reaching out to your friends and clubs you're involved in, you have the potential to speak with many more students than anyone sitting in our offices would.
Thanks to this program, drives are being run on campuses all over the country by the people who know them best: you. And thanks to you, someone may find their miracle match. Who knows? It may actually be your roommate, your big sister, maybe even that kid who raises his hand too much in English class. Someone's life saving donor is waiting to be unveiled - right now.
The math is simple: the more college-aged donors who sign up, the more lives are saved.
So how do you want to spend the year? You can work off-campus, in a work-study job, or at your local coffee shop. Or, by reserving some tables in the student center and texting your friends to check out your new role as a Gift of Life Campus Ambassador this semester, you can single-handedly help save someone's life.
This is more than a campus job.
1. You will be a full time student at a 4-year college or university for the upcoming academic semester.
2. You have a cumulative GPA above 3.0
3. You can commit about 5-10 hours per week towards working with us.
4. You are a part of at least one on-campus organization.
5. You are not allergic to fun.
This is a paid position based on performance with monthly incentives