Thank you for your interest in joining the Voices for Children team! Check below for any available opportunities. 



Qualifications: HS Diploma or GED and/or coursework in nonprofit management, social work or office administration. At least 2 years of experience as a secretary/receptionist in a service agency. 

Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.  Ability to use word processing, database, and other computer programs. Demonstrates initiative to identify and solve problems creatively and effectively, prioritizing the needs of the child, volunteer and/or organization.

Summary of Job Responsibilities: The Program Support Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting the direct service work of Voices for Children. Duties include but are not limited to: answering the phones in a timely and courteous manner; maintaining volunteer files; serving as supervisor and volunteer support; sending out correspondence; data entry and maintenance of Optima information; performing other special projects that benefit the lives of the children we serve. 

If you are interested in being considered for this position, please send a completed employment application (see below), cover letter, and resume to

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Qualifications:  Degree in human services or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.  Experience in supervision, preferably with volunteers.  Experience in providing casework or related services.  

Summary of Job Responsibilities: The Program Director oversees all of the work directly serving CASA’s mission, ensuring that highly qualified staff are providing effective support to well-trained volunteers offering top quality advocacy in the best interest of children to whom CASA is appointed by the courts. In collaboration with the Executive Director (ED) the Program Director will articulate and implement the strategic vision of the organization; evaluate the effectiveness of services to achieve that vision; provide mentoring, guidance, supervision and professional development to programmatic leadership staff; and enhance the work of the organization by staying abreast of developments in child welfare and volunteer-based advocacy. The Program Director reports to the Executive Director (ED) and directly supervises the  Advocate Supervisors.

If you are interested in being considered for this position, please send a completed employment application (see below), cover letter, and resume to

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Voices for Children offers flexible internship opportunities in many areas of interest. The following internships are available for the FALL 2022 semester:​

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