Jobs & Internships
The Policy Advocate for Health and Children will serve as the primary staff person leading advocacy, legislative and policy analysis, coalition-building and policy research on children exposed to violence and trauma, and advancing solutions that promote health and education equity and prevent violence. This position 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 their families who have been victimized by or witnessed physical, sexual or community violence.
Help write, design and promote communication materials that increase awareness and mobilize people to take action to reduce domestic violence, sexual violence and child trauma. Work with organizational and coalition partners to drive awareness and action around policy affecting women and children exposed to violence…
The Program Assistant is an integral part of the Public Education Campaigns and Program team working to engage the public in transforming social norms and negative perceptions that contribute to and condone violence against women and children. Core competencies include audience insight and segmentation, media planning and strategy, message/concept design, communications vehicle (e.g., radio, social media) expertise, qualitative/quantitative testing knowledge, campaign production and measurement, and linking on-the-ground mobilization with broad-based public education efforts.
We are hiring a Program Manager to join our Children and Youth team. The Program Manager (PM) will work primarily on the Promising Futures program to provide program development, implementation and evaluation support. The PM will work closely with the Promising Futures team and provide technical assistance to grantee organizations to support them in their respective project implementation and evaluation efforts. The PM can be located (and reside near) any of FUTURES’ office locations in Boston, MA or San Francisco, CA.
The Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist (STTA Specialist) will provide programmatic support for the Promoting Employment Opportunities for Survivors of Trafficking (PEOST) project. The STTA Specialist will contribute to the development and implementation of technical assistance activities, resource development, partnership building, research, and training curricula design and delivery.
The Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist (STTA Specialist) will provide programmatic support for the Workplaces Respond to Domestic and Sexual Violenceproject (Workplaces Respond). Workplaces Respond is the nation’s only resource center solely dedicated to addressing the impacts of domestic violence, sexual harassment and assault, and stalking on workers and the workplace.
FUTURES seeks an experienced Human Resources professional who will be a resource for staff to support their work experience and their developmental success at FUTURES working in collaboration with staff across the organization.