Have you ever wanted to learn what it takes to make large scale change in violence prevention? Do you see yourself as part of a team where everyone is valued and brings their best talents to the work? Do you care about details? Have a good sense of humor? If you answered yes to these questions, we want to hear from you. The Children and Youth Program is seeking a highly motivated and detail oriented person to provide administrative and program support to a team of four. The person will be located in Boston, MA but will work with other staff in our San Francisco and Washington DC offices. The team works in a variety of violence prevention areas, including domestic and sexual assault, school and community violence and child abuse. Our current work includes national leadership on a large scale initiative on children exposed to violence and trauma. Read the complete job description here.
Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) is looking for an enthusiastic and seasoned field organizer to serve for 3 months as a regional “RESPECT! Challenge Captain” for an exciting national campaign and competition that celebrates and promotes positive role modeling and healthy relationships. Join the movement to promote respect among students, teachers, parents and schools. Your organizing expertise can help make this campaign a success! Hiring in the following regions: Cincinnati, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Miami, Washington DC Area. Read the complete program description and apply here!
Ten graduate-level students from across the U.S. will be chosen as Futures Without Violence Campus Leaders to improve their college’s awareness and response to gender based violence. Campus Leaders will benefit from the guidance of Futures staff, mentors from the previous cohort of campus leaders and collaboration with fellow campus leaders from across the country, in addition to access to Futures’ resources and materials, regular knowledge-sharing amongst peers and participation in a robust learning community of campus activists. Read the complete program description here.
Futures Without Violence seeks an experienced database and development professional, preferably with expertise in Blackbaud systems (eg. Luminate CRM, the Raiser’s Edge, or eTapestry), to manage the administration and enhancement of databases and related software applications. The Administrator will ensure the accuracy, integrity, and maximization of information systems working collaborative with program staff. Read the complete job description here.