Interested in helping CASA, but don't think you can be an advocate? Join our Board!

What Does the CASA Board Do?

The CASA Board of Directors is the governing body for CASA of Scotts Bluff County. The Board has a minimum of 9 members and a maximum of 15 members. Board Members are volunteers. The Board directly oversees the Executive Director. The Board is tasked with determining procedures and regulations for the agency's conduct, assisting with fundraising, and monitoring organizational performance. 

What is the time commitment?

The average commitment per month is 3-5 hours. Terms last three years, a board member may serve up to two (2) terms for a total of six years.

Are there any qualifications?

Must be at least 21 years of age, be able to pass a background check, have a valid driver’s license/identification, a valid phone number and email address, and a permanent address. Must also maintain confidentiality and commit to donating 3-5 hours per month.

How do I sign up!?

Complete the inquiry form below, email us, or give us a call! We will be in touch within the next few days to tell you more about our program, answer any questions you might have, and/or set-up an interview to determine if you would be a good fit.