Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Hotline Advocates help staff our 24-Hour Hotline and provide crisis counseling, advocacy, support and referrals to adult and youth victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse. Advocates are required to make a minimum one-year (two semester) commitment that includes four hotline shifts per month. Comprehensive training is provided. Female volunteers only. If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator.
Education interns assist Community Educators with public events, library organization and special projects. The time commitment varies. Training is provided. Male and female interns are accepted. If you would like more information about becoming and education intern, contact the Education Department.
Special Events Volunteer:
Special events volunteers assist with community information tabling, agency fundraisers and special projects. The time commitment varies. Female and male volunteers are accepted. If you would like more information on becoming a special events volunteer, contact the Education Department.
Board of Directors:
Our Board of Directors is made up of volunteers who review programs, establish policies, organize fundraising and ensure fiscal stability. Female and male volunteers are accepted. If you would like more information on becoming a member of our Board of Directors, contact our Executive Director.