The Victim Advocate provides emotional support to primary victims and secondary victims during the examination at the hospital or during an interview with the police. She/he works under the direction of the volunteer coordinator.This position requires crisis intervention and good communication skills. Applicant must be able to respond to victim/family in a non-judgmental and unbiased manner. The VA’s purpose is to provide support to the victim without interfering with the medical examination or police investigation.
The Community Educator will represent The Center in engaging the public at community events in education about the issues of sexual assault and gender violence.This position requires strong communication skills and the individual should be comfortable with public speaking.
Administrative volunteers represent The Center at our front desk as visitors first point of contact in the office. Duties include answering phone calls, scheduling appointments, responding to emails, and other office duties as assigned.
The Fundraising/Special Events volunteer will help create, design and shape fundraising events and non-events, that will reflect the services The Center provides, and encourage support in our cause.This position requires an individual to have the ability to envision new ways to reach untapped supporters, inspiring and educating them on the needs of The Center as well as providing new insights to current fundraisers/events.
Center staff reserves the right to refuse enrollment to anyone whom they feel is not suitable to the program.