Get Involved


Have some time and a skill that you want to share? Let us know! We have several opportunities throughout the year to utilize different skills. Previous examples include assisting with our Holiday Card appeal, "Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse" Curriculum, social media, general office tasks or any other skills you have to offer. If you are interested in volunteering with MACA please reach out to us at

Undergraduate and graduate internships

Students are a critical part of the MACA team, bringing innovative thinking, amazing energy and the latest trends to our work. In addition to welcoming students from a variety of colleges and universities, we are very proud to be a long standing placement for the Northeastern University’s Undergraduate Co-op program.

The role of the intern will be largely based on a mutually agreed upon educational agreement between MACA and the respective institute of higher education and the responsibilities have a broad range. Here are some examples of how interns regularly contribute to MACA

  • Assisting with statewide work including annual statewide conference, Access to Mental Health Initiative, and data collection projects
  • Improving our cultural responsivity
  • Managing legislative advocacy, social media and fundraising campaigns
  • Completing administrative tasks associated with projects noted above including reception responsibilities, filing, typing via word processing, copying and other clerical tasks.
  • Conducting basic literature reviews and related research.

If you’re interested, contact us.

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities at MACA:

Education and Training Coordinator- Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Education and Training Coordinator will coordinate the agency’s statewide training and education initiatives, including

  • MACA’s annual statewide conference,
  • Mental health learning collaboratives for Problematic Sexualized Behavior-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (PSB-CBT) for school aged children and Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI)
  • Our child abuse prevention/intervention training, “Recognizing and Responding to Child Abuse: Working Together to End Abuse.”

To learn more about this list and how to apply please see our posting on Idealist. 

Employment Opportunities within our coalition:

    Please visit websites of our partner agencies and Children's Advocacy Centers for employment opportunities within our coalition.