We couldn’t succeed or provide the support that we do without the dedication of our staff, volunteers and interns.
We’ll provide all the training and education you need. And you’ll experience the emotional satisfaction that comes from knowing you’ve truly made a difference.
Volunteers are invaluable in the services & support ZCenter provides.
All of the services we provide to survivors are dependent upon our amazing volunteers, and we are so excited you are interested in becoming a part of our ZCenter family. Our volunteers are provided with a forty-hour sexual assault training which prepares them for supporting survivors. Throughout your entire volunteer experience with us, we will be there to support you and give guidance whenever you need it.
There are many different ways to volunteer with ZCenter depending upon your skills and interests. Whether you want to be there for a survivor when they call in on the support line, or help the development team on creating events and fundraisers—there’s a place for you here. ZCenter volunteers are passionate and dedicated individuals who are looking to support survivors, as well as educate our community about prevention.
NEW VOLUNTEERS: Check here for upcoming volunteer training.
For more information and to get involved with a program that's a good fit for you, please contact Sarah Brennan at email@example.com or call (847) 244-1187 or complete the form below & we will be in touch.
A well-rounded experience, allowing students to participate in a variety of aspects within our agency.
We provide a well-rounded experience, allowing students to participate in a variety of aspects within our agency. Available summer, fall and spring. Completion of the 40-hour training will be necessary prior to your internship. To apply, please fill out this online application.
Completed from August to June of each year, applications for Master’s level students are accepted beginning in January until all internship positions are filled. MA intern applications will be accepted through mid-May. Flexibility to work at both the Skokie and Gurnee location is requested. If you are interested in applying, please fill out this online application.
Below please find the application review cycle for prospective students:
- Application Period 12/1-1/1
- Interviews scheduled 1/1-1/15
- Callbacks 1/15-1/31
- Application Period 3/1 - 4/1
- Interviews scheduled 3/15 - 3/31
- Callbacks 4/1 - 4/15
- Application Period 11/1-11/30
- Interviews scheduled 12/1-12/15
- Callbacks 1/1-1/15
All applications should include the following:
You may contact us via telephone with additional questions at (847) 244-1187.
Check this page for all available job opportunities and instructions on how to apply.
The Intake Manager is responsible for all of the components associated with survivors of sexual violence
and their non-offending family members seeking counseling services. This includes providing support
when the client/caregiver initiates contact with the agency, discerning what services best fit the client’s
needs, maintaining the waiting lists for children and adults, providing group support and, providing or
arranging crisis intervention as needed.
"It is our duty to not forget about those who are in need of emotional help."