Get Involved

DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE . . .
We Need Your Help!

Volunteer or Intern Opportunities:

Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging opportunity? MCP relies heavily on the help of the community and you blessing us with your precious time. We utilize volunteers and interns from various walks and backgrounds to strengthen our staff and the quality of services we provide to our clients. Volunteering and interning is a great way to improve your advocacy skills, learn about the issues of crime victims and help our community heals from the trauma and pain. Volunteers may also choose to work as in-office support advocates. We have several volunteer positions; some volunteers work in the court room, some work in the office, and others work in the community.

Both Volunteer and Intern will be required to:

  • Complete an application
  • Be interviewed by staff
  • Have a completed background check
  • Attend orientation
  • Complete mandatory training

Appy Now

Complete the volunteer application and send it back to us along with a copy of your resume. Once your application and resume is received, you will be contacted to schedule an interview prior to the next training session.

How To Help!

Employment vacancies

PT Domestic Violence AIP Facilitator- For Abusers

Columbia, MD 21044
$50 - $100 a day - Part-time, Contract

social justice message

Due to recent events, on behalf of My Covenant Place, we would like to express our condolences to the families that lost loved ones due to the acts of violence perpetrated by the police. At My Covenant Place we don’t condone violence or racial prejudices in any form. We stand in solidarity with the protesters and law enforcement that oppose the injustices of their colleagues. As we confront this problem BLACK men and women have faced since arrival in this country, we hope the most recent events will spark a nationwide dialogue with the intent to end racial profiling and discrimination of our black men and women. We hope these events will be the catalyst to bring a torn nation together.