Volunteers are our lifeblood.
Each week, our volunteers faithfully invest their time and energy in ministering to the women who seek our help. In fact, most of us on staff first got involved in pregnancy care ministry as a volunteer. There are lots of ways you can invest your time and energy into reaching abortion-vulnerable women in our community.
We currently need volunteer Client Advocates and Receptionists.
You can also print and mail the application to:
Stateline Pregnancy Clinic
347 West Grand Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511
Online Volunteer L.O.V.E. Approach Training through Heartbeat International is now available making it easier for you to be equipped to serve at Stateline Pregnancy Clinic.
If you are interested in becoming a Client Advocate or Receptionist you can now receive training from the comfort of your own home, at your own pace. Once you have completed the on-line training, we will set up an on-site training and orientation. It’s as simple as picking up the phone and calling us so you can begin changing lives one life at a time.
These positions require completion of our Volunteer Training course.
Receptionist: Answers the phones, helps clients feel welcome and comfortable, assists the Director with routine office procedures. The time commitment is one 4-hour shift weekly and staff meeting attendance.
Client Advocate: Meets with client individually in client room; assesses needs, gives information. The time commitment is one 4-hour shift weekly and staff meeting attendance.
Clothing Room Attendant: Helps keep our Baby Boutique organized, assists in selecting clothing, etc. The time commitment is one 4-hour shift per week and staff meeting attendance.
Licensed, Certified Ultrasound Technologist: Administers ultrasounds to scheduled clients, works with our Nurse Manager. Time commitment may vary. Staff meeting attendance is required.
Registered Nurse: Sees ultrasound clients. Time commitment may vary. Staff meeting attendance is required.
Sexual Integrity Education Presenter: Present abstinence program to school classes or youth groups. Time commitment varies: one 4 hour shift in Center weekly, staff meeting attendance
Parenting Program Presenter: Instruct parenting classes for clients. Time commitment: weekly class, staff meeting attendance.
Board Member: Oversees the leadership of the ministry. This is a working board with specific responsibilities assigned to each member. Board members do not work with clients and are not required to attend staff meetings. The board usually meets monthly.
Spanish-speaking volunteers are needed in all areas.
These opportunities DO NOT require our Volunteer Training course.
Building Maintenance Helper: Light handyman activities as needed.
Church Liaison: Responsible for getting permission and announcing Stateline Pregnancy Clinic’s information to their church congregation. Works with their church office to get information into church bulletins, display center posters, keeping their church supplied with center brochures and making special announcements when the volunteer training and fund-raising events are going to occur. This person is encouraged to recruit participants for the Stateline Pregnancy Clinic’s Walk for LIfe and to host a table at the annual banquet.
Janitorial Service: General cleaning of the Clinic.
Laundry Help: Pick up garments that need laundering; launder and return to center.
Mail Room: Meet to prepare the newsletter for bulk mailing.
Prayer Support Team: These people pray for the needs of the Clinic. They receive a weekly email with current prayer requests.
Event Planning Assistants: Work with staff by assisting with special events.
Occasional "Helps" – Office work, Special events, etc.
Questions About Volunteering
If I take the training, am I automatically on staff?
No. The training does not commit either you or the Clinic. If after taking the training you decide that you want to volunteer, you will be interviewed by a Director to determine if there is a position for you here.
Should I take the training even if I don't volunteer?
Yes. There is extensive information such as effective communication skills, sharing the Gospel, and helping others in crisis. This will be useful to you in your local church work or interpersonal relationships.
What about bilingual volunteers?
We would love to have more bilingual volunteers! Hablo espanol?
Any particular need for volunteers right now?
We always love to bring new people into the ministry that have a passion for God and for serving others. Our goals for 2011 are to reach more abortion-vulnerable women than ever before, to share the adoption option more than ever, and to expand our outreach to dads. It will take a strong community of volunteers to move forward in meeting these goals.
If you're interested in volunteering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608.365.5433.