Make a Difference – Volunteer!
The Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) relies on volunteer support to provide services for our community. Volunteers donate their time and talents to HIV Care Services, HIV Prevention Services, Resource Development and Operations. BCAP currently receives support from more than 250 active volunteers and more than 250 regularly-active volunteers per year.In 2015, our volunteers logged an amazing 14,579 hours with BCAP. Those hours have a market value of $453,425 – an incredible investment of time and love into the services and operations of the Boulder County AIDS Project. There truly is no way that BCAP could provide the services and programs it does without our wonderful volunteers.
Who Can Volunteer with BCAP?
Everyone is encouraged to apply to become a volunteer. BCAP volunteers coordinate and deliver many of the services the agency provides to the community. We rely on and treat volunteers as unpaid staff members. Therefore, it is critical for us to take the time to make quality matches between volunteers and programs and to provide sufficient training. We accept the volunteers that we feel will best assist us in offering excellent services to our clients and then equip them with the skills and knowledge to do so.
BCAP is committed to recruiting a diverse pool of volunteers to serve our diverse clientele. We are open to and affirming of people of all ages, genders, sexual orientations, faiths, ethnicities, races, abilities and nations of origin.
Becoming a BCAP Volunteer:
- Step one: Read through the volunteer positions by clicking here, to see what areas and opportunities you are interested in.
- Step two: Fill out our online volunteer application. If you do not hear from BCAP’s Volunteer Coordinator within three business days, please email Sarah Annecone at email@example.com. We want to ensure we don’t miss your application!
- Step three: BCAP’s Volunteer Coordinator will review your application and confirm with you that it has been received. If we feel that you make a good potential match for a current opening in the BCAP Volunteer Program, we will call your references and then call you to set up a 30 minute interview. During the interview, we’ll discuss what it’s like to volunteer at BCAP; your skills, interests and availability; and decide if and how we can make a good match between you and our programs. Everyone who sends in an application will receive confirmation.
- Step four: In order to participate in many of our volunteer positions, you will be required to attend the 15 hour BCAP Volunteer Training which is offered in the spring and fall. Whenever possible, we try to get you started right away with special events and other opportunities that do not require the training. Not all the volunteers who get started before training will have an in-person interview. Volunteer training dates are not posted on our web site. In order to be invited to attend, you must first complete an application.
For information about the importance of volunteering in the Public Health sector, and tips for getting involved, click here.
Contact Volunteer Coordinator Sarah Annecone:
Phone: 303.444.6121 ext. 109
Mail: 2118 14th Street, Boulder CO 80302