Volunteers a vital part of our community. Our work would not be possible without the support of community volunteers and interns.

All volunteers and interns are required to complete an application, attend training, and be able to pass a criminal background check.

If you would like to volunteer or intern with the Family Justice Center of Alamance County:

Please fill out and email your application to the FJC Director, Skye Sullivan, at skye.sullivan@alamance-nc.com

FJC Volunteer Application

The Following Descriptions Give an Idea of Various Volunteer/Internship Roles at the FJC:

Office Assistance: Providing support to the Family Justice Center (FJC) Intake Specialist/Client Services Coordinator with daily operations. Tasks could include, but are not limited to: filing, data entry, covering the front desk, and answering phones. Supporting clients and their children while accessing services at the FJC, providing snacks and drinks, ensuring that all client areas are clean and orderly (M-F 9am – 5pm)

Child Care: Supervising/entertaining clients’ children while parents access services during walk-in hours at the FJC

Internship Opportunities:Interns are able to work with a variety of programs at the Family Justice Center. Interns are able to shadow law enforcement Special Victims Units, advocates providing crisis services, elder abuse services, e-filing of 50-B protective orders, Child Protective Services investigators, civil court, criminal court, intakes, client service coordination, and other areas of service. Interns also have opportunities to attend a variety of community meetings and task forces. 

VOICES Committee: VOICES of Alamance County is a group of survivors dedicated to improving and expanding community support channels for victims of violence and providing input on services currently provided by the Family Justice Center. Our goal is to share our experiences as survivors of violence, both our challenges and stories of hope, and to identify and improve the network of community resources available to victims of violence. Through the collaborative efforts of FJC and Voices, we hope to provide pathways, means, education, and encouragement to inspire individuals to begin a journey of healing and restoration for themselves and their families. VOICES of Alamance County seeks to break the silence which enables abusers and to empower survivors to take a stand, by using their voice. Click here to access the VOICES Interest Form.


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