Volunteer & Internship Opportunities

At this time, SASS is accepting applications for our next volunteer advocacy training, likely in Spring 2023. If you are interested in applying to volunteer, you are welcome to submit an application for the next round of training – dates to be determined and depend on the needs of the agency.

If you have any questions about volunteering or internship opportunities, please reach out to Kaelyn at volunteer@sass-lane.org or call our business line at 541-484-9791.


Apply here to receive updates about our next Core Advocacy Training and other opportunities.

SASS Core Advocacy Training – Dates TBD

This training certifies volunteers, staff, and interns to provide confidential advocacy to survivors of sexual violence under the supervision of SASS.

In addition to online, self-directed material, SASS is hosting 3 in-person, skill building sessions.* Volunteer applicants who meet SASS’s general requirements related to availability, experience, and commitment to the organization’s mission will be invited to participate after a brief screening interview. At this time, we are unable to offer volunteer opportunities to those who have received our services within the past two years.

SASS tentatively plans to offer this 40-hour training again in Spring 2023.

*Please note that attending these sessions is required, but accommodations might be possible on a case-by-case basis. While SASS cannot guarantee a volunteer placement to all training participants, we are excited to offer this training and education opportunity to the community.

SASS Volunteer Program: for people who want to make a difference.

SASS volunteers make a difference by:

  • offering crisis-response and support to sexual violence survivors of all genders, as well as their partners, friends, and families.
  • their dedication to empowerment, self-determination, cooperation, equitable access to resources and services, the right to reproductive choice, and recognizing and resisting oppression, discrimination, and abuses of power.
  • being part of the movement to end sexual violence and the ensure the right of all people to live free from the fear of violence.

SASS volunteers contribute by:

  • Providing support and advocacy to survivors through the 24/7 Crisis and Support Line
  • Providing support and advocacy to survivors through 24/7 emergency medical advocacy
  • Facilitating support groups
  • Serving on the Board of Directors