The Columbus Free Clinic depends entirely on the service and creativity of student and professional volunteers. Please review the information below to learn more about how to volunteer with us!
If you are a medical professional (resident physician, attending physician, nurse practitioner, pharmacist, pharmacy technician, social worker, patient care assistant, medical assistant) please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jess Sciuva, at or email us at .
If you are an undergraduate student and would like to volunteer with the Columbus Free Clinic, please click here to complete our volunteer application.
Medical and Nurse Practitioner Students
Medical student volunteers interview, examine and diagnose clients in an interdisciplinary setting. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jess Sciuva, at or email us at .
Social Work Students
Graduate and undergraduate social work volunteers work with clients to assess and address basic needs. Please contact our social work team at .
The Columbus Free Clinic’s Law Clinic is a partnership with the OSU Moritz College of Law’s Civil Law Clinic. The CFC Law Clinic provides free, brief legal advice to patients. 3L law students enrolled in the Civil Law Clinic have the opportunity to participate in the CFC Law Clinic during the academic year. 1L and 2L students interested in helping with the partnership can email .