Volunteer Opportunities

Whether it's helping a woman refine her resume, teaching a workshop on job skills, or mentoring a woman adjusting to life after incarceration; you can play an important role in empowering a woman and helping her realize her career potential and achieve life goals. 

We offer a wide variety of volunteer positions, and strive to match each volunteer to a role that fits their unique personality, abilities and schedule.

Direct Service: Positions offering the opportunity to work directly with WRC participants.

        Computer Instructor 
Instruct a class of up to 6 people in various Microsoft Office 2010 programs.
Need to be proficient in MS Word, Excel or Power Point.
Must be adept at working with adult learners of varying skill levels.

  Mentor
Volunteers with professional work experience meet one on one with women serving
as a career/life coach. Initial and ongoing training provided.
This position requires a solid 1-year commitment.

New Beginnings Mentor 
Serve as a friend, role model and support person for a woman reentering the
community from jail. Extensive training provided. 
This position requires a solid 1 year commitment.

Participant Interviewer
Volunteer meets one on one with a participant to discuss her employment goals and
help her identify WRC services/programs that are best suited for her situation. 

Resume Coach
Work one on one with women helping them develop a professional resume.
Requires experience in HR or as a hiring manager. 

Clothes Closet Consultant
Serve as a personal shopper for participants as they shop the closet for
business clothing. Must provide excellent customer service skills, and have a flair
for fashion and fit.