Volunteer, Work Study & Internship Positions

 
We provide extensive training in a supportive, professional atmosphere. We are pleased to offer many ways to get involved. You can volunteer, receive credits, or train for some of our paid positions. College students can apply for work-study positions as well.  
 
Positions include (year long commitment roles): 
 
  • SASA Staff provide peer counseling, support & staff our 24-hour SASA (Sexual Assault Support & Advocacy) Hotline.  Summer trainings are currently full. Applications for our winter 2025 training will open in early Fall semester.
  • CWC Program Staff provide administrative, programming, and outreach support to the services and programs of the center.  Apply Now

All teams are accepting applications for training starting in Summer and Fall 2024. Application priority deadline: April 5, 2024.  All applications received by that time will be guaranteed to be reviewed.  Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled.

Summer Internships (these positions are for summer only and do not extend into academic year)

  • SASA Daytime Counselor Advocate Summer Internship (no longer accepting applications)

 

FAQs:

I’m interested in supporting survivors, how can I do that?

  • Joining team CWC as SASA Staff is the route to take if you’re interested in supporting survivors! Our SASA Staff help staff our 24/7 sexual assault support and advocacy hotline on overnights and weekends. If you’re looking to make a difference and volunteer (or get internship credit) this may be the spot for you! Find out more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC as Program Staff gives you a variety of options! From data entry to event planning there’s something for everyone. In this role, you will gain a variety of skills and can either volunteer, receive credits, use work study, or some combination of any two. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Participate in CWC’s Community Challenge.  Take the CWC Chilly Plunge to Support Survivors and a Violence Free Community! The Center for Women and Community (CWC) invites you to participate in our 2024 Community Challenge by taking a quick and refreshing dip into chilly water on 3/9 at 10:30am.
  • Make a donation to support the SASA services provided for free by CWC to all Hampshire County

I’m just looking for a work-study position

  • Joining team CWC as Program Staff gives you a variety of options! From data entry to event planning there’s something for everyone. In this role, you will gain a variety of skills and can either volunteer, receive credits, use work study, or some combination of any two. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC under WOCLN offers you a variety of options! It is the route to take if you are looking for a work-study position, identify as a POC, and are interested in events, outreach, and/or media coordination. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.

I want to get involved but unsure of how

  • Joining team CWC as SASA Staff is the route to take if you’re interested in supporting survivors! Our SASA Staff help staff our 24/7 sexual assault support and advocacy hotline on overnights and weekends. If you’re looking to make a difference and volunteer (or get internship credit) this may be the spot for you! Find out more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC as Program Staff gives you a variety of options! From data entry to event planning there’s something for everyone. In this role, you will gain a variety of skills and can either volunteer, receive credits, use work study, or some combination of any two. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC under WOCLN offers you a variety of options! It is the route to take if you are looking for a work-study position, identify as a POC, and are interested in events, outreach, and/or media coordination. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
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I want to do an internship or volunteer; how can I do that?

  • Joining team CWC as SASA Staff is the route to take if you’re interested in supporting survivors! Our SASA Staff help staff our 24/7 sexual assault support and advocacy hotline on overnights and weekends. If you’re looking to make a difference and volunteer (or get internship credit) this may be the spot for you! Find out more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC as Program Staff gives you a variety of options! From data entry to event planning there’s something for everyone. In this role, you will gain a variety of skills and can either volunteer, receive credits, use work study, or some combination of any two. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.
  • Joining team CWC under WOCLN offers you a variety of options! It is the route to take if you are looking for a work-study position, identify as a POC, and are interested in events, outreach, and/or media coordination. If that sounds like you, you can find more information about the position, its requirements, and application here.

I don’t think my major or experience fits any of these roles, can I still apply?

Yes! We encourage anyone who is interested in any of our open positions to apply. We strive to hire staff from a range of different backgrounds and offer all the training someone will need to succeed in any of these roles. To learn more about the positions we offer, you can find details here