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Volunteer Recruiter & Community Outreach Coordinator (Alameda County)

Alameda County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

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1000 San Leandro Blvd near Davis

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compensation: $74,152.00-$90,105.60 Yearly. Generous County Benefits package- Medical/Dental, Retirement, Vacation, Sick, Holidays and more
employment type: full-time
job title: Volunteer Recruiter & Community Outreach Coord
Alameda County Health is seeking to fill the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program Associate— Volunteer Recruiter/Community Outreach Coordinator. This is a full time (40 hours per week).

The CASA Program Associate— Volunteer Recruiter & Community Outreach Coordinator recruits and is the initial contact for CASA volunteers from the community; conducts Information Sessions, participates in a variety of community outreach activities and events; develops plans for community education activities utilizing marketing strategies and with a DEI emphasis; maintains CASA youth and adult ambassador groups; and prepares multi-media content and event announcements, newsletters and website content.

The CASA Program is a nationally-affiliated organization that provides one-on-one court advocacy, mentoring and resources to foster children and young adults who are dependents of Alameda County juvenile court and child welfare system.

CASA volunteers help meet the emotional, development and physical safety needs of hundreds of abused and neglected children. Volunteers, as sworn-in officers of the court, advocate on behalf of the children’s educational, mental health, medical/dental, and family/sibling visitation needs, and work to increase the likelihood that the children are placed in homes and with families in which they will thrive.

By simply listening, encouraging, guiding and speaking up for a child, CASA volunteers help these vulnerable children, teens and young adults to reach their full potential. Sometimes support is simple listening, or connecting the youth to resources, or advocating for the child in the education system. Clearly, the combination of consistent mentoring and advocacy for a child’s needs results in a much greater chance that these kids will achieve a bright, successful future.

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post id: 7757000865

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