“Many hands make light work.”
Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals 18 years of age and older. Some of the regular postings are listed below. The Volunteer Coordinator will meet with prospective volunteers to talk about the program and provide more information related to each opportunity. At that time, interested volunteers will be asked to complete the volunteer application. Volunteer opportunities can also be scheduled for corporate volunteers, school (18+) or church groups.
Daytime opportunities exist at Chartiers’ Adult Training Center volunteering with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There are 2 program sites in the South Hills. Other daytime opportunities exist for clerical support and special projects. For specific information on what is available call the Volunteer Coordinator.
One-time volunteer opportunities are available for companies and groups looking to engage staff interest in community support. These opportunities can be scheduled during the work week or on weekends. Volunteers are always welcome at Chartiers’ Residential Programs where help is needed outside on the grounds. Working indoors can also be scheduled. To talk about available options for your group call the Volunteer Coordinator at (412) 221-3302 ext.118.
Chartiers participates in Day of Caring and welcomes corporate volunteer groups. Call the Volunteer Coordinator at (412) 221-3302 ext.118 to discuss the dates and time for your group.
If you would like to volunteer at Chartiers Center please complete the volunteer interest application and email to email@example.com. Feel free to call for more information or to schedule an appointment.
A family of volunteers from the Jewish Federation participating in Good Deeds Day.
A professional staff provides quality care for the prevention, treatment and education of mental illness. In addition to counseling services, Chartiers provides day programs and residential services. Internships are available for masters level students working on their MSW or Masters in Counseling. Clinical experience may also be available for master level OT students, OTA students and nurses. Call for specific information on the various treatment and residential placement opportunities.
Interns should have knowledge of psychiatric disabilities, symptoms and treatment methods. It is also necessary to work effectively with co-workers and communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. The intern should have the ability to develop and implement specific services to consumers based on their needs. Master level students only, particularly students working on their MSW or Masters in Counseling.
Interested students are asked to email their resume with information outlining their program of study and required credit hours for the internship. An interview may follow with the site supervisor.
Send your resume or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (412) 221-3302 x118.