Thank you for your interest in volunteering/interning at Prudence Crandall Center. We accept interns and volunteers for both direct client services and development/community engagement. Volunteers are accepted throughout the year on a rolling basis based on available opportunities.
Direct Client Services, Advocacy & Prevention Education
Opportunities for volunteers and/or internships in our Direct Client (Residential) Services and Prevention Education (Community Advocacy) departments focus on hotline, shelter, court and legal advocacy, counseling, and prevention education (as available). Priority is given to full year graduate level students requiring 300+ hours.
—On-site/in-person volunteer opportunities are not available at this time due to the health crisis.
–Internships are not available for Spring 2022. Applications for internships for the Summer or Fall 2022 semesters are accepted on a rolling basis. –To inquire about future volunteer opportunities with our Residential Services and Community Advocacy teams, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click HERE for an intern/volunteer application packet.
Volunteers & interns working directly with clients, prevention and community education must complete a 24-hour DV Certification course prior to beginning their placement.
Development & Community Engagement
Opportunities for volunteers and/or internships in our Development & Community Engagement office focus on events, communications, fundraising, administrative/data entry, marketing, and donor stewardship efforts.
–For any inquiries or to receive our internship application when available, please email email@example.com
—On-site/in-person volunteer opportunities are not available at this time due to the ongoing health crisis. –To inquire about future volunteer opportunities with our Development & Community Engagement team, or to discuss volunteering that can be done off-site or remotely–such as hosting a Hope Tour or coordinating a donation/fundraising drive– please email firstname.lastname@example.org