Over the next few months, CASA of New Hampshire will offer virtual information sessions and advocate trainings to those interested in becoming CASA advocates for children experiencing abuse and neglect. If you have followed the news over the past few months, you are aware of how many children are in need of a caring, dedicated, and consistent adult presence in their lives. Our information sessions are a great place to start learning more about CASA and how you can make a difference! Please sign up for one today!
Virtual Information Session Dates
Thursday, February 24, at 7 p.m.
with focus on needs in Concord and Merrimack County
Monday, March 7, at 5:30 p.m.
with focus on needs in the North Country
Wednesday, March 23, at 12:30 p.m.
with focus on needs in Grafton County
Tuesday, April 5, at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 21, at 12:30 p.m.
with focus on needs in Rochester
Spring Virtual Training Opportunities
CASA of New Hampshire offers a comprehensive and engaging virtual training program. Participants note that they leave training feeling prepared, supported, and inspired to better the lives of New Hampshire children who experience abuse and neglect. New volunteer training sessions are still being held virtually with upcoming sessions beginning March 2 and March 28.
During virtual training you will:
- Work on group projects, either as a whole or in small discussion groups
- Hear from guest speakers, such as judges and DCYF workers
- Draft court reports and learn professional communication for court presentation
Applications should be submitted two weeks before the first day of training to allow adequate time for the interview process.
Learn More and Spread the Word!
Do you know someone who may be interested in becoming a volunteer advocate? If so, please share this email with them! Word of mouth is consistently stated as one of the top ways in which people learn about CASA and our mission! We also feature volunteer stories on our website if you’d like to read about some of our advocates and why they choose to volunteer.
If you are considering becoming an advocate at some point in the future, please consider joining our Future Volunteers email list. We send periodic emails with answers to frequently asked questions, volunteer profiles and other information so you will be ready to join us as a CASA volunteer advocate when the time is right.