Alexis knew that she wanted to work with children but wanted to do more than teach. She changed her major to social work as a way to help children and families navigate their difficult environments. Now as an Advocate Supervisor, Alexis is guiding CASA volunteers on how to be the voice for a child. Read more on her reflections.
Kaleigh was inspired to become a social worker because of the impact her high school social worker had on her. As an intern she continues to be inspired by her mentors at CASA. Read more about her reflections.
Tessa was on track to becoming a lawyer. While working in a law firm she discovered her calling to social work. Read more about her reflections on social work and her CASA experience.
Next up on our social work intern reflections is Monique! Monique was a woman’s advocate, youth director, and CASA volunteer before she began her studies in social work. Read more about her reflections.
March is social worker appreciation month! This month we want to feature our social work CASA interns. Read more about our intern Laura Blum and her reflections on social work and CASA.
Couples who volunteer together, make a difference together. Since 2017, Tina and Dave Durbin have been changing the lives of children as CASA volunteers. Now as the owners of their own nonprofit, Angel Hooves Healing Hearts, Tina and Dave reflect on their CASA couple experience, and how their miniature horses have made a big difference.