The vital work of The Crime Victims’ Center is made possible by people like you! If you are compassionate, empathetic, and willing to empower members in your community, becoming a volunteer at the CVC might be the perfect fit.
To become a volunteer, you must:
Live in Chester County
Be at least 18 years old
Submit a criminal background check and child abuse clearance
Complete a comprehensive 40-hour training
Assist staff after business hours to answer hotline calls and provide crisis support to victims. Provide accompaniment to hospitals or police stations. Represent CVC at community fairs and special events. A fulfilling opportunity for anyone hoping to gain hands-on experience!
Learn about the following topics:
Sexual assault and victimization
Medical and legal procedures
Effective hotline and communication skills
Plus a variety of other topics concerning advocacy.
To fill out a volunteer application, click here.
*Next Volunteer Training is
nights and weekend hours
beginning May 11th.
For more information contact Joe Myers at .
Internships are available in all three of our main departments.
Work side-by-side with advocates to help victims through the legal process.
PREVENTION / EDUCATION
Present or create educational programs aimed to prevent violence.
Collaborate with counselors to gain hands-on experience.
Contact Brooke at