Center for Community Justice values the contributions of community members who give their time and talents to support our mission. Their efforts are indispensable; specific programs and the agency as a whole could not function without them. They provide an essential link between the vision of Center for Community Justice and the community we serve.
To apply to become a volunteer, one must submit an application, undergo a record check, and attend an interview with staff. Based on interests, skills, and schedules, an individual is then matched with one of our programs.
Program Volunteers are asked to commit to various time according to project. There are internship opportunities, specialized projects, grant writing, mediator, transitional coach and many other opportunites. Meet with CCJ to see how your passions align best with agency needs. Service on the Board of Directors carries a term of three years.
To be considered for a volunteer position, one must be willing to follow the mission of the Center for Community Justice and be open to our philosophy of Restorative Justice. One must also adhere to all agency policies.
Click on your Program(s) of interest to learn more about each program and complete the application form (see link below). For further questions, contact Brandy at Center for Community Justice at (574) 295-6149.
**Student Internship opportunities are also available at Center for Community Justice. For more information contact our office.