The School Support Program is a public health initiative designed predominantly to serve your
school's health office. Please complete these sections in direct consultation with your health office personnel.
We are only able to process individual school requests, so please complete a separate form
for each school site (no district wide requests). Requests will be shared with coordinators from the Medical Reserve Corps.
The Primary Point-of-Contact (POC) will be the first priority for calls and communications
regarding the School Support Program. The Secondary POC will be included in all emailed
communications and will be the next individual called when the Primary POC is
unavailable. Please ensure that at least one of these contacts is a member from your
school's health office.
On-Site Health Office POC
School Point-of-Contact: Secondary
Clerical and Administrative Support
Other School Support Needs
Please understand that this is a public health operation and that our primary scope of work is to
support the health office. We would also be happy to support schools in large, time-sensitive projects,
such as operational support for new semesters, or district-wide student health functions. However,
our programs are not designed to replace or fill administrative, health office, clerical, or teacher-aid
staff positions. If you have specialty projects or specific support needs not covered by the above
options, please detail them below for our knowledge and consideration:
IVP and Bilingual Requirements
Do you require IVP Fingerprint Clearance for MRC personnel?
IVP Fingerprint Clearance will open up a significantly larger pool of potential MRC
applicants, but MCDPH is actively offering IVP fingerprint clearance to MRC personnel
interested in the School Support Program.
All Medical Reserve Corps personnel have cleared background checks with Maricopa County and they are
insured (within their scope of practice) for workers’ comp, liability, and malpractice under the
MCDPH Risk Trust Insurance.
Do you have a need for bilingual (English/Spanish) support?
If yes, we will
advertised that bilingual support is ideal. Bilingual MRC personnel are less common.
Upon completion of this intake form, a program coordinator will reach out to discuss scheduling and
services with the Primary POC in more detail. MRC volunteers typically work in 4-hour shifts,
which are available from an online database. We'll create a tailored profile and shift registry
based on your school's needs, and we'll provide MRC promotional materials if you would like to
source volunteers from your local community. The Medical Reserve Corps and the School Support
Team do not have the ability to assign MRC directly to schools. MRC volunteers choose their sites
and offered shifts at their own discretion.
Please enter your requested shift times (with a specific start and end time) for each
day. For days you are not requesting support, a "0" or N/A, work just fine.