Jobs & Internships
The Director of Communications (“Director”) will serve a critically important role in creating and guiding the overall messaging and branding for FUTURES with the goal of building relationships with the community, policymakers, press and media outlets, and peer organizations. The Director will provide clear, actionable thought leadership around FUTURES’ communications strategies and initiatives, and collaborate on the successful implementation of its programmatic elements.
(Public Education Campaigns & Programs)
The Public Education Department of FUTURES is the national leader and international resource for broad-based social norm changing campaigns centered on ending 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.
The Communications and Digital Media Manager is a strong and seasoned communications professional with excellent project management, writing abilities and oral communication skills. The incumbent must be a resultsdriven individual adept at multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment and works collaboratively with a high-energy group of individuals who are passionate about programs, policies and social action campaigns.
(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.
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.