As a volunteer you are on the front lines; working one on one with LGBTQ young people to help them navigate tough times and to prevent suicide.
As a trained Trevor counselor, you’ll support LGBTQ young people remotely either by phone or text & chat.
You don’t need a degree or a license to become a trained Trevor counselor, but the role does require passion and commitment. We're looking for volunteers who…
Follow these steps to join our community of passionate and caring volunteers. Our application takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.
*Financial assistance is available.
To complete training and volunteer with The Trevor Project as a Counselor, you must have:
If you are applying to be a TrevorLifeline counselor, your private space must be quiet since you will be taking calls.
While everyone is welcome to apply, our volunteer structure requires that all volunteers go through the same application and training processes. We are unable to accommodate special program commitments such as serving as a practicum site, and volunteers are unable to accrue clinical hours towards licensure. Whenever we have internships available, you can find them on our Careers page.
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