This year's theme is "Into The Wild," so each committee will be a different habitat. Scroll over each image to reveal the committees. If the committee sounds interesting, click on the picture to find out more!
To serve our community, we offer screening services and personalized health education to our patrons. To foster wellness, we will raise awareness about the diseases that impact the community the most. To prepare them for a brighter future, we will educate our youth about the health sciences. In doing so, we stay in tune with the needs of our community and establish ourselves as future leaders of the health professions. To demonstrate our commitment to volunteerism and charity, we offer all of these services for free.
See what we've been up to at UTSW!
Click on the link below, or visit the “Volunteer Guide” in the side bar menu to get access to the 2019 United To Serve Volunteer Guide!! Thank you so much for volunteering!
Click on the link for the volunteer guide!
Hi Everyone, We are making binoculars and rain sticks as part of the Arts and Crafts booth at United to Serve this year, and we need your help collecting paper rolls (toilet paper rolls, paper towels rolls, wrapping paper rolls). We would really appreciate everyone saving them and bringing them in! There is a collection bin on the landing at […]
Learn a little bit more about our leaders.
Claire is a fourth year medical student from the small but mighty state of Delaware. She first ventured down to Texas to study Cognitive Science and Linguistics at Rice University and loved it so much that she decided to stay in Texas for medical school. When she is not studying, Claire loves doing yoga, spending time outside, drinking coffee, watching football and soccer, and playing with babies. She became involved with Carnaval de Salud during her first year and served as a Health Fair Committee Chair during her second year and Health Fair Advisor during her third year. Carnaval de Salud has been one of the highlights of her medical school experience, and she is so excited to help make it a great event again this year!Claire Mauvais
Bethany is a fourth year medical student from Plano, TX. She went to the University of Texas at Dallas for undergrad, where she played on the school’s volleyball team and studied Biology. When she isn’t at the hospital, Bethany loves to go for runs around Dallas, go to Stars hockey games, take naps, and eat chips & queso. Being a part of the Health Fair the past three years has been one of the highlights of medical school, and she is so excited to serve as a Director this year!Bethany Werner
Alice Jean is a fourth year medical student and is thrilled to be an Event Co-Director this year! Starting as a Vehicle Safety Booth Co-Coordinator her first year of medical school, she is grateful to have been a part of the health fair’s growth and transformation each year. One of the most rewarding and unique aspects of the fair is its focus on community members following up with a primary care clinic. She views education and prevention as priceless and strives to make this year’s fair even better than the last!Alice Jean
Evan Barrios is a fourth year medical student from Katy, TX. He attended Baylor University in Waco, TX and is applying to general surgery residency. Evan is married to his wife, Megan, and they have a dog named Pickles. Evan has been honored to serve as a Volunteer Co-Chair for the past three years and looks forward to helping lead the event with his fellow students!Evan Barrios