Are you eager to get involved in local activism, excited about the happenings at CPJC, or seeking ways to connect with community? We have several ways to get involved!
CPJC Volunteer Orientations
To get started, please drop in during our office hours, or send an email to our Human Resources manager, Blake, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our goal is to connect you with the volunteer work that best suits your interests and furthers the work of community-building and peace-making in and around Chico!
Participate in Local Activist Meetings
As many as 20 local groups meet in our space or rely on our online resources to spread the word about local activism and volunteer opportunities. Check out our work & local activism to find the group that is the right fit for you! You can also review our online calendar to find upcoming meetings and events. Haven’t found the right thing? Call us at 530-893-9078 to inquire about local activism or drop in to our office Saturday-Tuesday, 9am-2pm. CPJC staff is ready and eager to help you find the right fit for you.
Join a CPJC Committee
Our organization is largely volunteer-driven and our committees are a great place for volunteers who want to be part of decision-making at CPJC. Committees include the People Committee, Money Committee, and Program Committee. To find out more about these committees and to get info on upcoming committee meetings, contact us at email@example.com.
Sign-up for our Monthly Email Update
Our email update goes out every month and features special events happening that month, save-the-date notices for upcoming gatherings, and regular ongoing meetings, as well as special features of unique opportunities for action and community participation. Click here to sign-up!
Connect your Community Group with CPJC
Are you a member of a local group working on issues aligned with our work? Want to host a meeting in our office or promote your event through CPJC? Contact our Director, Aramenta Hawkins, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (530) 893-9078 to inquire about how to connect with our organization.