Individuals can help with event pre-planning, hosting, and post-event support for either of our signature events. We are also in need of administrative support. Administrative volunteers can help with mailings, data entry, filing, and other administrative tasks. Administrative volunteer hours are during regular business hours.
Please call the office if you are interested in volunteering for the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center or have any questions.
Graduate and undergraduate students earn college credit and valuable job experience through internships at the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center. Student interns become vital members of the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center staff, volunteering 10-20 hours per week over the course of one or two semesters. Our internships offer the benefit of training and experience working at a successful, vital non-profit organization serving the community. The Pueblo Child Advocacy Center is not able to financially compensate interns but there are opportunities to be compensated from outside sources, please speak with your advisor for more information.
Click here https://www.coloradocrimevictims.org/victim-services-internships.html for more information about the Intern Program..
Board of Directors
The Pueblo Child Advocacy Center’s board of directors is composed of dedicated professional partners and community members who are committed to the PCAC’s mission and bring a variety of expertise and experience to the organization. If you are interested in becoming a member of our board please send a letter of interest to Jennifer Chavez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member Responsibilities:
Attend once-monthly board meetings
Serve on at least one standing committee
Understand their legal obligation and ethical duties to the PCAC
Actively engage in fundraising for the PCAC