Volunteer role at the Milwaukee Child Advocacy Center: Volunteers actively engage with children of all ages in the MCAC waiting room. Games, books, crafts, and toys are available to help keep children entertained until they can be seen for their appointment. When needs have been met in the waiting room, volunteers help to support other valuable tasks as determined by staff.
Benefits of volunteering at the Milwaukee Child Advocacy Center: Through volunteering at the MCAC, volunteers will gain experience in supervising a diverse population of children. Volunteers will also benefit from observation of staff at the MCAC and help to support pertinent tasks for the clinic.
Requirements: Volunteers must be outgoing and willing to interact with children and teens of all ages. Volunteers must be independent and proactive with assigned tasks and over the age of 18 years old.
***Please note: Volunteers must submit a completed volunteer application prior to attending orientation.
Commitment: Volunteers must complete a three hour training session and commit to one two-hour shift weekly. Volunteers must also commit to 6 months or agree to requirements of the affiliated school program.