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 — firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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 — email@example.com
Student groups and advocacy opportunities-contact — firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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: email@example.com 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, firstname.lastname@example.org, and visit: www.safehousealliance.org
CU Office of Victim Assistance
The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, counseling, advocacy and support to all University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, faculty and their significant others.
- 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