Volunteer


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your time and talents to help in the on-going fight against child abuse and neglect. We’re always looking for talented and motivated individuals!

We are currently looking for interns and volunteers in the following areas:

Internship Opportunities:  New Media Management, Social Services, Legislative Advocacy

Event Volunteers: Annual kickball tournaments and other activities

Download the Volunteer Application Form / (PDF)
 
For a complete overview of how our volunteer program operates click here: Volunteer Program Overview (PDF).

Practicum Students  and Clerical/Office Volunteers

Practicum Students

Practicum students may work with our organization under a variety of different practicum supervisors for both their Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. These may include but are not limited to:

  • Social Work (BSW and MSW)
  • Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)
  • Masters of Counseling Psychology (MCP)
  • Psychology (BA)

Practicum students will be trained to do direct service work with clients in each of our different programs, and will be supervised according to the requirements of their university.

Universities Currently Working with PARENTS, Inc. Include:

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • Rutgers University

Clerical/Office Volunteers

Volunteers will work with office staff to improve the office organization and environment through various clerical duties. These duties may include: filing, copying, sorting documents, checking documents, office organization, etc.

Volunteers may partner with PARENTS, Inc. on a long-term or short-term basis and while volunteering, will work primarily under the guidance and supervision of the Executive Assistant. PARENTS, Inc. will identify and match volunteers with opportunities most suited to their interests and abilities. Factors that may contribute to volunteer assignments include: experiences, needs, strengths, geography, culture, and others.

High School/College Students

We work with many students in high schools and colleges who are interested in completing service projects required by their coursework. Students are provided with hands-on experience to enhance their educational goals, references for professional development and are given an opportunity to better their community through the prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Please send your contact information to info@hawaiiparents.org if you would like to receive our agency updates by email.

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