Jobs & Internships


(Health & Children)

The Senior/Policy Advocate for Children, Health and Prevention will serve as the primary staff person leading Hill advocacy, legislative and policy analysis, coalition-building and policy research on preventing violence against women and children utilizing a public health approach. The incumbent will focus on promoting policies that strengthen the response of schools, health care providers, child welfare and early childhood programs, domestic violence agencies and community-based organizations to recognize and address the needs of children and adults who have been victimized by or witnessed physical, sexual or community violence.

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Ten undergraduate students with at least 2 years enrolled at your campus in health-related fields of study from across the country will be chosen as Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) Campus Leaders to improve their college’s awareness and response to domestic/sexual violence and its impact on health. Priority will be given to students in health-related fields of study and students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities, and other colleges/universities with a significant population of students from underrepresented communities. Deadline to apply: June 15th, 2021. 

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