You’re just 5 steps away from joining our team of dedicated volunteers:
The first step is to attend a live Information Session via Zoom. Email email@example.com or click HERE to select and RSVP to an upcoming Info Session.
After you have attended an Info Session, you will receive an application.
We will review your application and contact you to schedule an interview.
Complete our five-week training module, submit your background check, and get fingerprinted.
On Graduation Day, you will be sworn in by a judge as an Officer of the Court.
Congratulations! You will be matched with a child in need of an Advocate!
Child Advocates of Placer County’s “Whole Family Approach” trains and equips Court Appointed Special Advocates, Be Bold & Level Up Youth Partners, Family Mentors, and Prosper Placer Allies to bring hope and healing to children and families fighting to break generational bonds of abuse, neglect, and poverty.
- At least twenty-one years of age.
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
- Must be computer literate.
- Ability to keep all client and court information confidential.
- Willingness and commitment to respect and relate to people from various backgrounds and lifestyles (economic, cultural, educational, philosophical, etc.) in a variety of settings.
- Ability to transport self to a variety of locations.
- Ability to deal positively with hostility, anger, and other strong emotions.
- Ability to maintain objectivity.
- Ability to gather and accurately record factual information.
- Ability to demonstrate sound judgement and have good character.
- Ability to work independently as required, as well as the ability to accept supervision and direction as needed.
“I am so proud that I’ve been a CASA, a family mentor and now a Court Supervisor. This work returns so much joy and purpose to my life that is hard to say who it helps more. And then there are the adults I work with, the Court Supervisors and the office staff that supports us. They make me feel appreciated, when in fact, I am the one who’s appreciative of them.”
- CAPC Volunteer