Volunteers Roads to Peace Volunteer & Intern Information Volunteer Opportunities Volunteering is a great way to help survivors of domestic violence and sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. There is always a need for volunteers at Roads to Peace. With training, you can become a certified volunteer counselor/advocate and have a profound impact on the lives of people in need.Direct service: it is required that direct service volunteers complete a 70-hour training course that takes place twice a year.Non-direct service volunteering: such as maintaining shelter facilities, administrative work, and participating in community events, a 1hr online confidentiality course is needed.You can get a volunteer application here. Internship Opportunities Roads to Peace offers university sanctioned internships. It is an exciting opportunity to gain real-life experience in the workforce for future employment as well as helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. Roads to Peace is in close proximity to Lock Haven University Campus. To participate in an internship: Complete the internship application here. The Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to schedule a brief face-to-face interview. All Majors Are Welcome! Useful Information! Direct service and non-direct service opportunities are available: Direct service: it is required that direct service volunteers complete a 70-hour training course that takes place twice a year.****This FREE 70-hour training is required for direct service volunteers, interns, and employees and covers topics related to domestic violence and sexual assault. The training is to prepare you for working directly with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Completing this training can give you an advantage for future endeavors, since the training certificate is honored at most Domestic and Sexual Violence Centers throughout Pennsylvania.Non-direct service volunteering: such as maintaining shelter facilities, administrative work, and participating in community events, a 1hr online confidentiality course is needed. You Can Play an Important Role in This Process.If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information, please contact the shelter at (570) 748-9539 ask for the Volunteer Coordinator, or e-mail: email@example.com. Our services include a 24-Hour Hotline, Safe Shelter, Options/Empowerment Counseling, Support Groups, Legal Advocacy, Youth Advocacy, Outreach, Medical Advocacy, LGBTQ+ Advocacy, Referral Information, Community/School Education, Training and much more. All services are free and confidential – Someone can be safer because of you!