Volunteer and Internships

Opportunities to Volunteer and Intern

Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of the individuals and families we serve? Fill out the application form below or email our Volunteer/Outreach Coordinator, Michele Nadeau, at [email protected] for more information. 

Volunteers work in various capacities throughout the agency; childcare, grocery shopping, client mentoring, academic tutoring, financial and employment coaching, tax preparation, shelter beautification, and special projects, including volunteering in our annual “holiday store” (decorating, stocking, wrapping gifts, and/or helping clients “shop” for their loved ones). While some volunteer positions do require specific training and qualifications, most do not require more than a personal commitment to helping others and working with clients with diverse needs and backgrounds. The required time commitment varies by volunteer opportunity.  

1736 Family Crisis Center has a robust internship program. Interns are typically assigned to one of our confidentially-located shelters and primarily work with our children, in addition to gaining experience in regards to case management, staff duties and shelter administration. If you are a student seeking an internship, please complete the webform below and indicate your school and hours required.

Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
Preferred Site
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Where did you volunteer? When did you volunteer? What was the nature of the volunteer work? What was your reason for leaving? Operations
i.e. foreign languages, good with children, good listener, reliable, non-judgmental, etc.
Name Relationship Phone Number
Please indicate which program(s) you are interested in:
Supervise and work with children at DV shelters during group sessions. Hours typically fall between 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. Daytime hours also available. Not available at West LA/Culver City.
This volunteer will assist in administrative duties in one of our shelters which may include but not be limited to stocking, organizing, filing, as needed by shelter staff. Days/times needed will vary by shelter.
Provides school-age children with educational assistance and guidance. The hours are flexible.
Opportunities are wide-ranging, from one-on-one mentoring to presenting workshops to clients ranging from 10-17 years old.
Please indicate any experience or licensing that you think would be helpful to our clients.