When it comes to working with our clients, we want to make sure we equip you to better understand and meet the needs of our clients.
In order to meet the standards and mandated requirements of both the Office of the Attorney General and the Texas Health & Human Services Commission, there are limitations on what you can miss before being allowed to start volunteering with clients. You will also be required to complete an application; either a FBWC Volunteer Application or FBWC Volunteer-Intern. Intern requirements can be found on our website here.
Due to the limited number of volunteer opportunities, we are limiting the sign up to "essensial participants only". That means, all staff and Interns are first priority to receive training. Then to follow, we will allow volunteers who will be able to serve at FBWC and give at least a year commitment or community leaders. All others will be taken on a case by case basis.
The full schedule for the September class can be found on our website here. Sign up for the virtual training below. You will not be able to volunteer until ALL sessions and self-study are completed. You will be given more information on this when we begin.
We will meet on a ZOOM call and you will required to download the app and to have your camera on at all times where we can see your participation.
Training dates: Sept 29 - Oct 8 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each week for 6 total classes.
Any questions, can be directed to Becky Watts, Volunteer Engagement Manager at [email protected] or (281)344-5759.
9:00am - 5:00pm CDT
1500 Pultar Rd, Richmond, TX 77469