Volunteer Engagement Opportunities with the Indiana Department of Correction
Want to be part of the change that will make our communities more inclusive, just, humane, and socially sustainable? If so, consider joining Rick Rosales from Community and Mentor Engagement at the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC), along with former volunteers and program alumni as they introduce the wide array of community opportunities the IDOC offers across the state of Indiana. Volunteer engagement opportunities include tutoring, mentoring, program facilitation, arts-based programing, faith-based services, family and youth programs, and more.
Rick Rosales, Community and Mentor Engagement, Indiana Department of Correction.
Rick Rosales has channeled his passion for Criminal Justice and volunteerism by leading the community engagement efforts for the Indiana Department of Correction. He oversees the volunteer coordinators at each of the 23 facilities throughout the state of Indiana. He grew up in the Detroit area and graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Criminal Justice.
Audience: Interested facutly, staff, students, and community members
- Friday March 03, 2017 12:00 PM
- Friday March 03, 2017 01:00 PM
- Hine Hall 219
- Mary Price
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