COVID-19 Community Clinic Volunteers

COVID-19 Community Clinic Volunteers

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic inside Creighton

View compelling stories from our volunteers

  • Jack Roberts – “To be part of a monumental effort to get the Omaha community vaccinated, it feels pretty special.” 
  • Josie Partridge – “It’s so much fun to be here, and to be a part of history.”
  • Andrew Nguyen – “I know people have been really struggling. I want to get everyone back to normal again.”
  • Greta Purcell – “It’s cool to see the direct benefits of the vaccine, and the hope that this brings to a lot of people.”
  • Jimena de los Santos Reyes – “With the clinic, I get to see, in person, … the teamwork that it takes to vaccinate a community.”
  • Erin Goaley – “I just love helping here because I feel like I’m truly living out what Creighton has taught me over these four years.”
  • Julie Srail – “Seeing public health in action at the clinic has been really special.”
  • Marj Alhumayed – “I think this is a great opportunity to help people and to take a step to fight this pandemic.”
  • Melanie Morrison – “I want to serve the community and, as a nursing major, I wanted to see firsthand the clinic aspect of the profession. Plus, it’s a part of history.”
  • Willie Miller – “I just want to help people; I want to encourage people, especially with having had the experiences that I’ve had in life.”
  • Kenneth Bennett – “The patients are very nice, very friendly,” he said. “Of course, they are really excited about the vaccination.”