PDA Volunteer or Intern Questionnaire
Thank you for your interest in supporting PDA's mission and goals! We'd love to know a little more about you so we can ensure the opportunities we have available are the right fit for your needs.
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Date of this application
Your first and last name
What is the best contact email or phone number for you?
Is there a specific project you are interested in?
Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)
Voices of Community Activists and Leaders (VOCAL-WA)
General PDA operations
Not sure, interested in all options
What are some of the causes you are interested in? (select all that apply)
Criminal justice reform
Hepatitis C research and treatment
Individuals who are low-to-no income
Law enforcement, pre-arrest diversion programs
Local, City of Seattle or King County policy
Mental health policy
National or federal policy
Substance abuse disorder, Safe Consumption Sites
State of Washington policy
What are some skills or the general type of work you are interested in? (select all that apply)
Grant writing and research
Outreach or public education
Providing social services or case management work
Are you interested in an intern/externship for academic credit?
If yes or maybe, please explain a little further in the space provided below. Make sure to include what school you attend, what type of degree you are pursuing and what type of course your internship is for, if applicable.
Please write a little about yourself and your prior volunteer/work experience
Why you are interested in volunteering or interning for PDA?
What level of time commitment are you interested in?
Weekly, 0 - 10 hours
Weekly, 10 - 20 hours
Weekly, 20 - 40 hours
Open ended, not sure
When would you like to start your work at PDA and for roughly how long?
Where did you hear about this opportunity?
On the PDA website
On my school's careers website
Through word of mouth
Would you like to join a PDA or LEAD mailing list?
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