Refugee/Foster Care Services Outreach & Administrative Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County

Within the CDC Social Distancing guidelines, the Volunteer will:
- Assist the Outreach Team with
a. administrative tasks, outreach/recruitment events
b. managing foster parent files,
c. outreach to community groups/organizatons, through social media/flyers/graphics etc.

Key Responsibilities
The Volunteer will work closely with the Outreach Team to help implement the outreach and recruitment strategy.
Depending on the agency guidelines regarding Covid 19, safety protocols, work may take place in the office, or remotely.

Key tasks include organizing and monitoring foster parents documentation and files as well as well as to the broader community through events, emails, phone calls and/or social media. Training will be provided.

Skills & Abilities: work with diverse populations/backgrounds. Uphold strict confidentiality and privacy. Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills. Present professionally/friendly to community while representing the Agency.

Requirements & Training: Live Scan background clearance (Agency paid) and TB clearance. Ability to self transport to engagements if/when necessary.

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About Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County


2625 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA 95134, US

Mission Statement

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County serves and advocates for individuals and families in need, especially those living in poverty. Rooted in gospel values, we work to create a more just and compassionate community in which people of all cultures and beliefs can participate.


Catholic Charities employs integrated services designed to address the multiple factors that impact one's ability to be self sufficient and stable. Also because these issues have intergenerational impact, Catholic Charities programs are geared to reach families and across age groups: At-risk youth and their parents Older adult caregivers and caregivers of older adults Single parents Individuals Newly arrived immigrants and refugees Catholic Charities serves people of all beliefs, cultures, ethnicities and ages.

Because Catholic Charities values the contribution you're making to our work; the agency offers all volunteers the following important benefits:

Developing marketable skills for future career opportunities;

Personal growth through the experience of working with a diverse staff

Training and other learning opportunities;

Annual recognition events;

Coverage under Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County Workers' Compensation insurance policy;

Credit Union privileges at County Federal Credit Union.


Immigrants & Refugees
Immigrants & Refugees


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2625 Zanker RoadSan Jose, CA 95134



  • Administrative Support


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Ten hours weekly with agreement between volunteer and supervisor.
  • The LIve Scan/Background is company paid. Must show vaccine verification

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