Office volunteers perform a variety of tasks both in and out of the office, based on a volunteer’s skills and desires as well as Center needs.
Tasks may include answering telephones, filing, research, designing flyers, typing, photocopying, data entry, proofreading, assisting with event planning, assisting staff with projects and/or tabling at public events. Training for this position is provided as needed. Supervision is provided by the Volunteer Coordinator.
Office volunteer schedules are determined based on volunteer's availability and approved by office personnel.
About Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center
112 State Street, Albany, NY 12207, US
The mission of the Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center is to provide direct and comprehensive services to victims of sexual assault or other violent crime, and to raise community consciousness of crime through prevention education. The Center also assists other victims of personal violence, particularly adults and children abused within domestic relationships.
Our organization provides services to victims of crime and their friends and family. We also offer a 24-hour crisis hotline which is free and anonymous. We offer many different ways for volunteers to become involved, including staffing our crisis hotline, providing court advocacy, and completing office projects.
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
112 State StreetRoom 1010Albany, NY12207
August 25, 2020
Basic Computer Skills
Must be at least 18
Office Volunteers will be scheduled to work in the office during 8:30 AM-4:30 PM according to a schedule that is agreed upon by both the volunteer and the Volunteer Coordinator.
Office Volunteers may be asked to attend tabling and community events are scheduled throughout Albany County.