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Job opportunities

CASA of Denton County has an opening for a part-time intern to direct our diverse recruitment efforts. This position will create and nurture contacts to help us recruit and retain volunteer advocates from diverse backgrounds throughout our Denton County service area. The internship will extend from January-May 2023 with the option to continue into the summer months, and can include up to 20 hours a week of paid work. Please contact Beth Potter at for information about this opportunity.

In order to be considered for any job with CASA, you will need to completely fill out the application below and send to:

Staff Application for Employment Rev August 2019 Fillable

equal employment opportunity statement

CASA is an equal opportunity agency and does not discriminate against any individual, employee, applicant, volunteer or client on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability. CASA will recruit, train and hire staff and volunteers legally eligible to work in the United States without regard to citizenship, ethnic background, or place of national origin. CASA will follow federal immigration regulations in effect for hiring decisions for staff and for volunteers.

Transparency in Coverage

As part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, Blue Cross Blue Shield TX must be transparent regarding the billing rates for covered medical items and services of in-network providers (e.g., doctors and hospitals) and out-of-network historical payments. This information will be available published to the Internet website of Blue Cross Blue Shield TX at