Volunteer Opportunities with CPTSD Foundation
The staff of volunteers and interns on our team are second to none; we are so grateful to have the opportunity to work with such incredible individuals. Their skills and dedication help make our organization the very best it can be for each and every survivor and practitioner we serve.
If you have a skillset you feel would be beneficial, and have a desire to help others, then we want to hear from you.
The current available opportunities are outlined below, and linked to a short application form. Once we receive your submission, our team will review it and reach out to you directly to follow up.
In addition to gaining valuable skills and experience, you’ll be part of an organization that reaches the world with a message of hope for complex trauma recovery! You’ll be part of a movement that helps raise awareness about CPTSD, while providing programs and resources to adult survivors of all types of trauma.
Plus, we will happily provide Linked In recommendations for you, phone references, and a personal letter of recommendation.
Develop and coordinate marketing strategies
As a marketing consultant, you will develop and oversee all marketing aspects for our programs and resources. You’ll work with our social media team on content; using video, graphics, and text to promote our programs and raise awareness about research for CPTSD. You’ll oversee our email outreach for both exisiting and new members as well as programs and resources. In addition, you’ll research trends and best practices for marketing non-profits.
You’ll meet regularly with the Director of Operations, and keep in contact with our team remotely through email and Microsoft Teams.
Education: Marketing Degree, or working towards degree.
Experience: Minimum of 3+ years of education and/or work experience in the marketing field. Experienced in Microsoft office software
Oversee non-profit organization compliance
As a Compliance Consultant, you’ll oversee all aspects of non-profit compliance as it relates to the IRS in the United States; including but not limited too financial records, website disclaimers, liability, and privacy policies.
Education: Business Administration Degree, or working towards degree.
Experience: Minimum of 5+ years of education and/or work experience in business; non-profit experience necessary.
Call for Writers
Guest blog contributor
If you’re passionate about writing and inspiring others, we want to hear from you! Our blog focuses on all aspects of complex trauma recovery, as well as educating, inspiring, and raising awareness about the mental health struggles that survivors of trauma face on a daily basis.
If you have a knack for writing and want to make a difference in someone’s life, through the power of the written word, then we want to hear from you.
Education: No formal education required
Experience: No professional experience required for survivor stories. See our editor about academic article qualifications.
Daily Recovery Support
You’ll be facilitating virtual support group calls on Zoom, teaching and sharing on content outlined in our calendar; all relevant to trauma recovery and mental health. Opportunities are available for live calls at both recovery support program times, 3pm eastern and 8pm eastern.
You’ll have access to communicate with other call leaders, share content and resources, and input on future call topics. Your collaboration will contribute to the continued growth of our Recovery Support programs and make a huge difference in the lives of our members.
This is a multi step process; involving zoom calls with leaders and the Director of Operations, watching example call videos, joining active calls as a member and then as a co-leader to familiarize yourself with our processes and guidelines.
Education: Licensed Clinicians, Certified Coaches, Counselors, Peer Support advocates.
Experience: Experience leading support groups is a plus in addition to any formal training and education.