Other Opportunities

Serve on Maryland CASA’s Board of Directors

We are currently seeking dynamic individuals who are passionate about children’s rights to serve on our Board of Directors. Board members are responsible for taking on leadership roles in specific areas of the organization’s strategic plan, including fundraising, public awareness, legislative awareness, and program development. We have a particular need for individuals with public relations & marketing, fundraising, and human resources experience.

 Request a Board Member Interest Packet

Intern at Maryland CASA

We offer various internships throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters each year. Click on the internship type you are interested in to read more about each opportunity.

Request an Intern Application

Administrative/Office Volunteer

We are continually seeking volunteers willing to work behind the scenes in our office to help handle day to day tasks. Your valuable time will be spent helping Maryland CASA coordinating events logistics, providing information to potential CASA volunteers, writing thank you letters, working on special projects and various other administrative duties. Whether you have extra time during the week and are looking to lend a hand or need community service hours for high school requirements, we would love to talk with you to see if Maryland CASA would be a good fit.

  Request an Administrative Aide Volunteer Application

CASA of SoMD Open Position: Senior Peer Coordinator


The Center for Children, Southern Maryland’s largest mental health provider, is seeking an experienced Senior Peer Coordinator for its Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program.

Under the supervision of the program manager, the senior peer coordinator shall be responsible for the oversight, guidance, and support of the work conducted by the volunteer force of peer coordinators and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in the tri-county area of St. Mary’s, Calvert and Charles.

A bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in the social sciences. Applicant must have previous experience working with volunteers and knowledge and understanding of juvenile law, child abuse and neglect, families in crisis, and other social services skills. Must be able to delegate and monitor work assignments; and work independently. Position requires excellent organizational, time management, communication and conflict management skills.

Work may require some weekend and/or evening work and occasional overnight travel. Work will also require frequent travel to client homes and other office locations. Qualified candidates should send their cover letter with salary requirements and resume to Cathy Bellamy, Coordinator of Human Resources at Bellamy@center-for-children.org.