College Intern Volunteer Program
An intern is a non-paid Department member. Intern's receive college credit for their work during their internship in the program. Interns are required by their respective internship administrators to volunteer anywhere from 120 to 300 hours of service, or complete a specified project.
Interns are afforded the opportunity to work interesting assignments and they are encouraged to utilize their talents and to develop new skills. The department benefits by this exceptional talent from within the college community and it serves to enhance the delivery of services and special programs.
There are intern opportunities for all levels of college students.
Click here for the College Intern Program Guide
Click here for the College Intern Job Announcements
Click here for the College Intern Application (Requires Acrobat Reader)
Non-College VOLT Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers who are utilized throughout the department for activities such as providing administrative support (filing, answering phones, copy work, shredding, etc.), photo processing, assisting with department tours, or assisting with recruiting and oral boards. Trained and skilled volunteers can offer a wide and very useful array of services to support the department in a wide variety of service delivery functions.
Click here for the VOLT Volunteer Guide
Click here for the Volt Volunteer Application (Requires Acrobat Reader)
For additional information, email the Volunteer/Intern coordinator by clicking this link:
or telephone: (408) 277-8658