The Bilingual Family Advocate Caseworker reports directly to the Family Advocate Supervisor. This position provides support services to child abuse victims and non-offending family members at the time of the forensic interview and throughout the investigation and prosecution of the case.  This position also helps families access and obtain community resources and provides accompaniment services.  This position will be in the McKinney location of Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County with some travel to the Plano location of Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County.


  • Bi-lingual Spanish/English Required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field. Master’s Degree is preferred.
  • 1-year experience working with child abuse victims and their families.
  • 1-year experience working in a Multidisciplinary team environment related to child abuse.
  • Knowledge of child development, family dynamics, and abuse dynamics.
  • Experience with diverse cultures, languages, and situations.
  • Experience working in crisis-oriented situations.

Job Skills Required:

  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to make thoughtful judgments about people and situations
  • Ability to function collaboratively within a team environment
  • Computer skills, specifically Microsoft Word and Excel

To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to Erica Stanley at


THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION (20 hours per week). Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Special Events Manager is responsible for supporting two special projects and managing the Center’s longest-standing fundraiser, Teddy Bear Ride. The Special Events Manager will also manage the Gala committee. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years successful experience in fundraising or other relevant project management work experience (preferably human services related). Position requires excellent communication and organizational skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and event software is a plus.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • College Degree
  • Experience developing and executing high level fundraising events
  • Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and Greater Giving

Job Skills Required:

  • Proven track record of developing and executing high-level fundraising events.
  • Ability to cultivate and maintain donor, volunteer, and vendor relationships.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
  • Ability to develop and manage event budgets.
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Flexibility of schedule to work as needed for events and meetings.
  • Collaborates well with teams and works well independently.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage budget of event(s) including records of receipts for event expenditures, payment of vendors, and payment of sponsors/partners.
  • Plan and execute all aspects of special events to maximize revenue, including venue, entertainment, catering, and all logistics.
  • Develop print materials for all special events
  • Manage event committees for Teddy Bear Ride and Gala and build collaborative, successful relationships with special event volunteers and committee members.
  • Provide support for Gala data entry, including guest information, seating, and ticket and gift processing.
  • Provide support for the annual Guardian Angel Reception.
  • Work with Community Relations Manager to develop content for website and press releases, and promotion related to all special events.
  • Ensure donations are received, and recorded and that thank you letters are written to donors, participants, committee members, volunteers, etc. for each event and special project.
  • Collaborate and manage all logistical details for CAC’s special projects, Back to School Fair and Holiday Project.
  • Provide information as needed for the annual special event audit
  • Regular communication with the Vice President of Development regarding event budget, event status, event challenges, volunteer needs, etc.
  • All other duties as assigned by supervisor

To Apply: Qualified applicants may email cover letter with salary requirements to


Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County is committed to providing a hands-on experience for undergraduate and graduate students studying social work, clinical therapy, child development, or other human services studies.


The Family Advocacy and Support Services Department is no longer accepting applicants for the Summer 2023 semester. We are now accepting applications for Fall 2023.

As a Family Advocate Intern Caseworker, you will have opportunities to work directly with client families, as well as assist our Multi-Disciplinary Team in investigations and manage cases of alleged abuse and neglect. As an intern, you will gain invaluable experience in conducting needs assessments with caregivers, observe forensic and suspect interviews, shadow CPS and law enforcement in the field, provide child engagement to children receiving services, attend and observe criminal and civil trials, and gain understanding on how the Multi-Disciplinary Team works. Please note, this is an unpaid internship.


The Criminal Justice internship is a great learning experience for students who are preparing for a career in law enforcement. It is a hands-on program that allows students to learn about law enforcement, specifically, child crimes investigations in Collin County. Students will shadow our lead detectives throughout the semester and assist in note taking and transcribing forensic and suspect interviews. The Criminal Justice internship is offered to undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled at a local university majoring in Criminal Justice. Please note, this is an unpaid internship.

Internship Requirements:

  • Weekly Availability: 16 hours in the spring/fall and 20 hours in the summer
  • Participate in a mandatory three-day orientation prior to beginning the internship
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Pass an applicant interview process
  • Participate in weekly supervision activities

To apply for a Family Advocate or Criminal Justice Internship, please fill out an application here:


Our Clinical training program offers Graduate students/LPC Associates the opportunity to receive practical experience in multiple therapeutic modalities including play, individual, art, music, family, and group therapies.

We accept Graduate level practicum students as well as LPC Associates for our clinical internship program.  Students and LPC Associates have the unique opportunity to not only offer therapeutic services to the children and families who come to the CACCC, but work directly with the law enforcement, District Attorney, and CPS agencies that collaborate with the center.

To apply for a Clinical Internship, send your resume to:
Kelly Pullen, M.A., LPC-S
Clinical Supervisor


We are no longer accepting applicants for the Summer 2023 semester. We are now accepting applications for Fall 2023.

As a Child Advocate Intern, you will have opportunities to work directly with clients and families. Interns will conduct Child Engagement, assist with the center’s annual projects, participate in on-call crisis support, and create activities that promote distraction and coping techniques.

Accepting Degree Majors in: Psychology, Family Studies, Criminal Justice, Child Development, Child Life, or other related fields. 

Internship Requirements:

  • Weekly Availability: 16 hours in the spring/fall and 20 hours in the summer.
  • Participate in a mandatory three-day orientation prior to beginning the internship.
  • Pass a criminal background check.
  • Pass an applicant interview process.
  • Scheduled on call emergency Child Engagement

To apply for a Child Engagement Internship, please fill out an application here: