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Emerging Leaders- Young Professional Opportunity
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123 people are interested
Join us for our monthly meetings held in Hoffman Estates/Schaumburg - please contact for details!
The CAC Emerging Leaders are a dynamic and diverse group of 22-39 year olds who actively engage in activities to help raise funds for and create awareness about the CAC, which provides services for children in the north and northwest suburbs that have been sexually abused. The group presents a unique opportunity for young professionals in CAC’s community to collaborate, network and develop leadership skills while putting their skills, talents and passions toward a worthy cause. The group is recruiting new members willing to commit their time and talents to supporting children hope, heal and grow after abuse.
The Emerging Leaders are looking for individuals with:
- a passion for children
- a commitment to the mission of CAC and to help every child that walks through CAC’s door hope, heal and grow
- the drive and enthusiasm to, as part of a group, host one successful fundraiser a year
- the ability to meet monthly in the Schaumburg / Hoffman Estates
- the willingness to attend at least one of CAC’s other fundraising events
- the willingness to learn about non-profit organizations
About Children's Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County
640 Illinois Boulevard, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169, US
The Children’s Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County is the leading resource to empower and heal abused children and prevent violence against children. We serve 38 communities in the Cook County area and see over 1,000 children and their families each year.
Welcome to the Children’s Advocacy Center of North & Northwest Cook County. CAC provides free, healing services to children who have experienced abuse, allowing them to process trauma and reclaim their childhoods.
The goal of CAC is to provide a multidisciplinary approach to severe physical and child sexual abuse cases. CAC recognizes the special, unique needs of child victims, while demanding accountability for the crime of child sexual abuse and severe physical abuse.
A 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, CAC is a fully accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. CAC provides all services free of charge in both English and Spanish.
640 Illinois BoulevardHoffman Estates, IL 60169
January 18, 2022
- People Skills
- Community Outreach
- Relationship Building
- Must be at least 22
- Monthly meetings- Second Thursday of every month