Helping reduce drug & alcohol use in Cheshire County

Volunteer Information

As an intern or volunteer, you will get valuable experience in the field of drug and alcohol prevention.  Internships are unpaid and can be 15-20 hours per week or 15-20 hours per month, as your availability allows.  All levels of involvement are appreciated

Tasks for our Intern(s)/Volunteer(s):

  • Maintain our website: update events, staff, plans, education/trainings, etc.
  • Update our Facebook page for social networking opportunities
  • Quarterly newsletters: distributed electronically and uploaded to website
  • Create and develop marketing materials/event info & ads
  • Upload various fact sheets from the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and Parent Tidbits
  • Update links to monadnockteens and monadnockparents websites
  • Update links to all partners on website with correct agency blog
  • Set up swag at presentations and other events
  • Deliver MADAC products (inserts, event posters, etc)
  • Respond to inquiries/correspondence with opportunities to volunteer

internship and educational opportunities:

In addition to providing free prevention education through presentations, events and resource referrals.  MADAC also offers partial payment (up to $50.00 per training) towards prevention education opportunities for anyone wishing to further their prevention knowledge or pursue Certified Prevention Certification through the State of New Hampshire.  For more information on Prevention Education and Prevention Certification, please check out the following links:


If you would like to volunteer with MADAC, please complete an application : 


Volunteer Opportunities

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Volunteers who will be working with children will be subject to a criminal background check (maybe link Submnd check document?).  



If you are a high school or college student and would like to be

considered for an internship, please provide



1) a detailed schedule of dates and times you are available and unavailable (school vacations, shutdown etc). 

2) a resume and cover letter outlining your career goals and expectations

3) two references – both of whom can be a professor

4) completed application (in this app can we add a check-off box that applicant agrees to confidentiality statement)


Interns may be offered a variety of projects big and small to work on. After orientation, applicants will shadow for the first two weeks. Interns will attend local, state level, and federal level trainings and meetings. An intern may or may not participate in state level policy advocacy, and federal level reporting. MADAC will pay for prevention education credits toward State of NH Certified Prevention Specialist Certification. Professional attire is expected. 




For more information, contact Sarah Johnston at: