Interested in working in the foster care system? We are always looking for talented and passionate team members.
FCS provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability, genetic information, or status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. In addition, FCS complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which FCS has facilities.
Community Based Counselor
Looking for part time Community Based Counselors for a non-profit agency in the Fairfax, Chantilly, Prince William and Loudoun areas. QMHP required. Must be willing to work evening and weekend hours. If interested, please fax your resume to Kelley Willis at 703-817-9860 or email email@example.com.
TFC Case Manager
Looking for a full time case manager. Must have experience working with children and families. Candidates must be extremely organized and able to multitask. Must have a good driving record and be willing to work evening hours and travel throughout Northern VA. If interested, please email your resume to Kelley Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for part time licensed therapists to work with children and families in the Chantilly and Woodbridge areas. Must have a LCSW, LPC or a related license. Candidates must be willing to work evenings and weekend hours. If you are interested, please fax your resume to Kelley Willis at 703-817-9860 or email at email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with For Children’s Sake of Virginia. There are many opportunities for volunteers within our Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) and the Community Based Services Programs.
Click here to fill out your information and let us know you’re interested in setting up a call to talk more about volunteering. You can also give us a call at 703.817.9890 for more information. Once you’ve reached out, the Foster Parent Training Specialist will contact you within 3 business days and request a phone call or in-person meeting to discuss upcoming volunteer opportunities and where your skill set and your needs fit best. We would love to help you find the perfect volunteer position based on your skills, interests and availability!
Please note: Since many of our positions will require you to work directly with our children in care, you may be required to complete a criminal background check before volunteering.
Volunteer Fundraisers help to organize and implement external fundraising events by working on event committees. Some of these projects may include:
Hosting a book drive in your local community.
Assembling Birthday Bags for our children.
Gathering items for Back-To-School Supply kits for our children.
Creating goodie bags for our fundraisers/picnics.
Serving on an event fundraising committee.
Organizing a dine-out night.
Assisting in our annual Toy Drive.
Organizing a fundraiser that benefits FCS!
Community Outreach Volunteer
Volunteers can be helpful in recruiting foster parents for our children as well as potential volunteers. Ways in which volunteers could help FCS would be:
Assisting the Community Outreach Team.
Speaking with local businesses about potential partnerships.
Assisting the Recruitment and Outreach team with customer service and administrative tasks.
Contacting potential volunteers and donors.
Hanging flyers around Northern Virginia.
Speaking with local business about potential partnerships.
Cultivating relationships with other companies and organizations within the community.
Event Assistants help staff with planning and running our events. Some of our annual events include:
The Fall Foster Family Picnic.
Quarterly Foster Family Appreciation Events (ex. National’s Games, Appreciation Dinners and Luncheons, etc.)
Volunteers will also assist with additional internal/external fundraisers and yearly events.
Childcare Providers assist when FCSVA facilitates informational sessions, trainings, support groups and events for our current and prospective foster families.
Maintenance and Repairs Assistance.
Providing training as either our foster parents or teens in care using your skill set. For parents, this may include teaching on trauma, coping strategies for challenging behaviors, etc. For teens, this may include life skills such as sewing, cooking healthy meals, budgeting, interview and resume workshops, etc.
Transporting foster children, or children in our community-based program, as they meet with family members, therapists, etc.