1. Read through the Expectations of a Volunteer
You can read the Expectations of a volunteer HERE.
Make sure you take your time to ask yourself if you’re in a place right now where you will be able to manage the expectations that come with support work and volunteering.
2. Contact our office for an Entrance Interview
Our Public Education Coordinator will get in touch with you to set-up an Interview where we can discuss SASC’s work and how you can contribute to it.
3. Complete our 80-Hour Volunteer Training
We typically offer volunteer training twice per year. Our spring training, beginning in April, is open to all women, while our fall one, beginning in September, is only open to women experiencing marginalization based on their racial or socio-economic background, sexual identity or orientation, as well as learning and physical differences. The training takes about 80 hours, preparing you to become a support worker and volunteer at SASC.