Volunteer - Programming

Please fill out the following application form if you are interested in one of the following volunteer positions. After submitting this application, you may be contacted for an interview.

Stewards of Children Facilitators

We are looking for individuals to facilitate the Stewards of Children training who are knowledgeable about child sexual abuse prevention, passionate about child protection, and enthusiastic about engaging and educating others.

Using the 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children® as a framework, Stewards of Children® is a two-hour training that teaches adults practical actions to prevent child sexual abuse or intervene if abuse is suspected. Featuring compelling and engaging content to motivate participants, the program is designed for parents, family members, and any adult that works with youth. The program is available in both English and Spanish.

Stewards of Children® features survivors of child sexual abuse and experts who work with children and families confronting abuse on a daily basis. Outcomes of Stewards of Children® include increased awareness, new skills, positive change, and safer communities.

Internet Safety Facilitators

We are looking for people to volunteer to be trained as facilitators for the Beau Biden Foundation Internet Safety program – people who are passionate about child protection, and willing and able to engage audiences of all ages in conversations about digital safety.

One of Beau Biden’s favorite things to do as Attorney General was to go into schools and talk to students about online safety. The Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children proudly continues his work. By partnering with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), the Foundation is able to bring NCMEC’s NetSmartz® Workshop suite of age-appropriate programs into schools and other youth-serving organizations, as well as to adults who want to learn how to best protect children online.

NetSmartz® covers everything Beau thought was important children and teens understand: good digital citizenship, online safety, and the dangers of cyberbullying. Parents, educators and law enforcement use materials from these programs to engage children in discussions about online issues. Since April 2016, the Foundation has addressed online safety issues with over 8,500 students and campers.

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