Volunteering & Internships
Volunteers who give their time and talents are an integral part of Our Family – from volunteer community mediators who help their neighbors resolve their disagreements, to seniors who help other seniors reduce the loneliness in their lives. Counseling and case-management interns earn school credit and gain valuable experience in our programs working with young people, families or seniors, and opportunities are available for people who speak Spanish.
Please be advised that volunteers and interns who work with children are required to go through the same intake process as employees, which includes:
Our Family does not discriminate against a volunteer or intern because of race, disability, color, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, marital status or sexual orientation.
Volunteer & Intern Job Descriptions
Administrative Volunteer: Administrative/clerical support for the agency (or a division of the agency) in a manner that meets the standards of and fulfills the mission of Our Family. Supervisor is the Community Realations Coordinator or Program Manager.
Development Intern: Administrative/clerical support for the efforts of the Development team in the areas of fundraising, event planning and coordination, grant writing, marketing, and community relations. Supervisor is the Development Director.
New Beginnings Case Management Intern: Works with assigned individuals, families, or groups to assess their identified needs and provide education, assistance, and advocacy in those areas. Reports to New Beginnings Supervisor as assigned.
Children’s Housing Program Volunteer/Intern: Provides programming for children receiving services within the New Beginnings division of Our Family. Supervisor is the Children’s Program Coordinator. .
Therapy Intern: Provides professional therapeutic services to referred individuals, families or groups. Supervisor is the Counseling Program Manager.
Volunteer Information & Referral Resources Assistant: Assists in ensuring the resources listed in the Pima County Directory of Community Resources and the statewide 2-1-1 database are accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date for a chosen service area. Supervisor is the Information and Referral Resources Manager.
Volunteer Facilitator: Supports the efforts of the Center for Community Dialogue in a manner that meets the standards of and fulfills the mission of Our Family. The Center helps southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. Supervisor is the Center for Community Dialogue Manager.
Volunteer Mediator: Supports the efforts of the Center for Community Dialogue in a manner that meets the standards of and fulfills the mission of Our Family. The Center helps southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. Supervisor is the Center for Community Dialogue Manager.
Senior Companion: Provides volunteer services on a person-to-person basis to frail elders and adults with disabilities. Supervisor is the Senior Companion Program Manager.
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