Be A Volunteer, Committee Member Or Intern

The Healthy Start Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties strives to improve the lives of moms, dads, babies and families. We cannot do this important work without your support. Whether it is the gift of your time or talent, together we make a rewarding difference.

Please volunteer today by calling us at 386-252-4277.

You can do office work, assist at an event, become a parent leader, join a committee or help in some other way.

Our Committees Need Your Support

  • Board of Directors – Applications are received during September through November, and new members are seated at our Annual Meeting.
  • Coalition Committee – Applications are received year-round.
  • Finance & Administrative Oversight Committee – Applications are accepted year-round.
  • Nominating & Governance Committee
  • Executive Committee – This is only available for our officers of the Healthy Start Board.
  • FIMR Committees – Membership requires an orientation prior to participating.
  • SEN Taskforce Committee – The Substance Exposed Newborn (SEN) Taskforce Committee meets once every other month. Membership is open to interested persons.
  • Bereavement Committee – This is an AD-hoc committee.
  • We are also a participating partner in the TEARS Foundation’s Bereavement Community Action Group and would also welcome your support of this initiative.

Are you looking for an internship opportunity?

Whether you are a medical student, business major or pursuing studies in social work, an internship at the Healthy start Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties may be right for you.

We greatly appreciate the following colleges and universities for participating on the Healthy Start intern program: Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona State College, the University of Central Florida, Florida A&M University School of Allied Health Sciences Division of Health Care Management and Western Governors University.

What is an Internship?

The Random House Dictionary defines the word as: “Any official or formal program to provide practical experience for beginners in an occupation or profession.”

Internships can be paid or unpaid — though, if they are unpaid, they’re usually subject to stringent labor guidelines. In the U.S., federal law mandates that unpaid interns must not benefit the company economically or be used to displace the work done by paid employees.

Though employment isn’t guaranteed at the end of an internship, many employers use internships as a way to train and evaluate future employees. In fact, a 2009 NACE survey of U.S. employers with interns found that 67% of those interns were given job offers after their terms were complete. (Source:

Call 386-252-4277 today to see about coordinating your internship with us.