Volunteers and Interns for the Victim/Witness Assistance Center (VWAC)
Volunteers and interns play an integral role in providing services to victims. They work side-by-side with victim service representatives to provide advocacy, court support, and information and resource referrals to victims. They also assist with clerical duties.
Volunteers and interns must be available to work a minimum of 8 hours per week during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. Volunteers and interns must turn in an application, participate in an interview, submit to and pass a civilian background, including fingerprinting. Training will be provided. Every effort is made to place volunteers and interns in desired interest areas.
For more information, please call Connie Carter, the Victim/Witness Assistance Center Volunteer/Intern Coordinator at 530-538-7411. If you would like to apply, you will find a downloadable application form and the fingerprinting application form in information above in this section of the website. When applications are received, applicants will be contacted by phone to schedule an interview. Those selected will be enrolled in the training program. After completing training, volunteers and interns will receive an office assignment and further on-the-job orientation.
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