Volunteers are vital to our community and to our mission. The Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ACASA) relies on volunteers to create meaningful activities and events. By giving your time, talents, and skills to ACASA, you will benefit greatly. The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.
What you can expect when you volunteer:
Make new friends
Know you are making a difference in your community
Improve the societal climate in Arkansas
Benefits of volunteering for students:
By volunteering, students develop life skills and become well-rounded individuals. Starting young provides an opportunity for students to learn and grow into valuable members of society. Volunteering helps students become competent, employable, and better meet their learning objectives.
Law Enforcement Training
Training and Research Intern
Are you interested in becoming more involved in your community and/or assisting law enforcement agencies in becoming better trained and equipped to respond to sexual assault and rape cases? If so, the Law Enforcement Training and Research Internship is right for you!
Through this internship opportunity you will have the chance to meet, network, and work alongside with professionals and experts from all over Arkansas and the entire United States. What are you waiting for?
Prevention Education Program
Social Media Content Creation Intern
Are you the person in your friend group that is sending memes before everyone else? Do your friends send you things and your reply is always “I’ve seen this already”? This is the role for you.
Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault is looking for an intern to help produce video and content for teen focused social media accounts.
Ideal candidate is super tapped into social media (Instagram/Facebook/TikTok) and has a good eye for what is trending.