Community — The Anti-Drug (CTAD) seeks volunteers for a variety of projects. Please contact Barbara for more information.
- All volunteers receive training and guidance from committee chairs and CTAD staff.
- Volunteers have the opportunity to work alongside and learn from local government officials/administrators, law enforcement, health care providers/counselors, clergy, public health experts, and school officials/educators.
- Students can list volunteer work on college applications and resumes, will receive recognition for their contribution to the community, and may receive letters of recommendation for their efforts.
- Volunteers may consider taking on an entire project, select portions of projects, or a role with an official title to assist specific committees and/or the executive director. Amount of time per month and duration, such as a semester or full year, can be determined based on the volunteer’s interest and availability.