Every minute that you share with us makes our work possible. We depend on dedicated volunteers to ensure our work reaches all corners of the state and never stops. By volunteering your time you support our capacity to ensure that all victims receive the assistance and support that they deserve. Volunteers are needed for a variety of special projects, small tasks, and ongoing office work.
Internships & Work Study
We accept students and non-students seeking academic credit for school work and maintain a robust internship and work study program. When you intern or participate in work study with us, you will become a part of the local movement to end sexual assault. Internships and work study are often available regardless of the degree you are seeking or your career goals.
Board of Directors
Our leadership team reflects our broader collaborative spirit. Only by bringing together people from all sectors of society can we create innovative solutions that address the issue of sexual assault in our communities. We accept applicants to serve on the board of directors on an ongoing basis but we traditionally select applicants in July and December of each year.
Our coordinating councils provide a unique opportunity for people from diverse backgrounds across the state to participate in our work. Our councils are among our premier leadership development programs and offer participants the opportunity to support the growth and development of our organization. We select members statewide to contribute to and assist us in further developing our programs and services while acting as ambassadors and leaders for in their communities.
Student leaders are a very important part of the work that we do. We are proud to partner with colleges across the state to promote student engagement in our work. OrgSync is a Campus Engagement Network that connects students to our work. By joining us on OrgSync, you will be able to track your involvement history including event participation and meeting attendance.