Would you like to give back to your community? Do you need volunteer hours for work or school? Do you want to do more to stop sexual violence? Are you interested in working with victims of sexual assault?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider applying to volunteer at RCASA! We are starting another volunteer training session in the fall and would love for you to join us! We have three different levels of service that volunteers can participate in, depending on their time constraints and comfort level:
Level 1: Office Support
4 hours of training
Office Volunteers to provide general help with mailings, presentation and outreach preparation, phone support, research, blogging, and other office duties. Experience in office support services preferred. Volunteers must complete 10 hours of initial training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually, and attend monthly volunteer meetings.
Level 2: Outreach Information
20 hours of training
Information and Resources Volunteers to provide support at community health fairs and events, general presentations, and fundraising events. Volunteer experience in community relations preferred. Volunteers must complete an initial 25 hours training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually and monthly volunteer meetings.
Level 3: Crisis Response
40 hours of training
Crisis Responder/Victim Advocates to provide support to the hotline and medical accompaniment program. Bilingual in Spanish/English needed, Bachelor’s degree and experience in a rape crises center preferred. Ability to work variable shifts: day, evening, weekends and holidays required. Volunteers must complete an initial 40 hours training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually, and attend monthly volunteer meetings.
If you would be interested in volunteering in any of these positions, please fill out this form and email it to us firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off in person at our office. The schedule for the training can be found here.