OVA does not have any volunteer or intern opportunities. This is a list of ways to get involved on and off campus. Get involved and make a difference in your community!
Get involved on campus
- Visit In The Mix for events currently taking place on campus.
- Check out the student involvement page here.
Campus Volunteer, Mentor Opportunities, and Student Groups
- CU's Volunteer Resource Center is a good place to start!
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS): volunteers and peer educators are undergraduate students dedicated to making a positive impact in the campus community. For more information visit: http://www.colorado.edu/health/joincaps
- Cultural Unity & Engagement Center (CUE): Peer Mentor Program contact — email@example.com
- Community Health, division of Wardenburg, has peer health educators contact — 303-492-2937 or Healthbuffs@colorado.edu
- Gender and Sexuality Center, formerly GLBTQ Resource Center
Outreach and Peer Education Volunteers contact — firstname.lastname@example.org
Student groups and advocacy opportunities-contact — email@example.com
- International Student and Scholar Services-many clubs, events and groups for international students
- Women’s Resource Center (WRC) staff & volunteer opportunities contact — WRC@colorado.edu
- Gender Justice League-a program designed to give WGST majors and minors the opportunity to put what they learn about social justice into practice.
- Check out the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) for a full list of student groups.
Campus Graduate Service
Get involved Off-Campus — Volunteer and paid/unpaid internship opportunities
- Survivors Organizing for Liberation ( previously Colorado Anti-Violence Program)
Hotline, outreach and education state wide on anti-violence-contact: 303-839-5204 or www.coavp.org
- Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA)
Victim Services Intern Program, is in need of college students for a PAID Internship-contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and visit: www.coloradocrimevictims.org
- Moving to End Sexual Assault, (MESA) Boulder County’s Rape Crisis Center
24-hour hotline volunteers, peer education program, internships and event volunteers-contact: 303-443-0400 and visit: www.movingtoendsexualassault.org
- Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-violence (SPAN)
24-hour hotline, on-scene advocates, court advocates, children’s volunteers and internships-contact: 303-449-8623, email@example.com, and visit: www.safehousealliance.org
CU Office of Victim Assistance
The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, consultation, counseling, advocacy, and support services to University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, and faculty.
- Boulder Community Hospital
- Boulder County District Attorney's Office
- Boulder County Sheriff’s Department
- Boulder Police Department
- Community Health
- Counseling & Psychiatric Services, C4C
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services, WHS
- CU Hazing Tip Line
- Cultural Unity and Engagement
- CU Police Department
- CU Veteran’s Services
- Disability Services
- Faculty & Staff Assistance
- GLBTQ Resource Center
- Moving to End Sexual Assault
- Off Campus Student Housing and Neighborhood Relations
- Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
- Office of Student Conduct
- Ombuds Office
- Residence Life
- Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence
- Survivors Organizing for Liberation
- Wardenburg Health Services
- Women’s Resource Center