CAST is launching a campaign to educate people on human trafficking and slavery so that they can help identify potential victims and direct them to our hotline. This means getting out outreach materials in Los Angeles’s diverse enclaves: tabling at events, recruiting community partners, giving talks at community gatherings and leaving displays and cards in places where potential victims might see them.
We are looking for energetic volunteers to help with diversifying our outreach and education that will help more survivors of human trafficking find us and get the legal and social support that they need.
All are welcome to apply, but we are especially seeking volunteers with ties to community organizations, that speak multiple languages and offer rich cultural know-how.
If you would like to be a part of our team, please send a resume and/or a short description of how you could help us in our cause to Joshua Holst at email@example.com.
Other Volunteer Positions
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with CAST. We currently have no open volunteer positions with the exception of the positions listed above. Please apply as instructed on the position’s page. We will only be accepting volunteers who meet all requirements listed for each position.
Put your knowledge into action by organizing a fundraiser or starting your own community or university chapter of a trafficking group. CAST provides essential social and legal services to our clients free of charge and trains them to be advocates for change. Your efforts to raise funds or support the capacity of any of our programs are an investment in ending modern-day slavery. Lend your professional expertise, whether in business, medicine, law, languages, or the arts, or create an event to educate and raise funds. Contact us and tell us how you’d like to organize efforts to support the mission of CAST.
CAST Student Toolkit
As a student, you have an amazing opportunity to impact your community. You not only have a network of peers, but you also have mentors and resources available to you through your school. This toolkit is designed to help students organize an advocacy group on campus and in their communities. It will also provide general information on resources available to students at most universities. This guide is not exhaustive and serves only to provide recommendations.
Please use this toolkit to organize your peers and community to create social change. Be a part of the solution to end slavery!
If you would like to be contacted with information on trainings and opportunities in the future, please send your name, contact information and a brief description of your skill-set to firstname.lastname@example.org. When we need volunteers for specific events, we will reach out directly with opportunities via our website, enewsletter, Facebook andTwitter.
To learn more about CAST, human trafficking and opportinuties to get involved, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and sign up to receive our newsletter via the form on the right. Thank you again for your desire to volunteer with CAST and fight human trafficking.