Sexual Justice Advocate Internships

Do you want to help eradicate sexual exploitation in all its forms? Do you want to defend the dignity of all children, women, and men? Do want to put your skills and life to work in ways that make a difference in the lives of others and create a better world? If so, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation invites you to become part of the movement to end sexual exploitation through our Sexual Justice Advocate (SJA) Internship Program.

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NCOSE works to expose and combat the full spectrum of sexual exploitation (i.e. pornography, prostitution, stripping, sexual trafficking, child sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape), while emphasizing pornography’s central role in fueling other forms of sexual abuse. We believe pornography is the cornerstone of sexual exploitation, and recognize that its harmful effects are creating a public health crisis that poses serious threats to society. Pornography encourages sexualization of children, child sexual abuse, sexual assault and violence against women, sex addiction, distorted perceptions of sexuality, dangerous sexual practices, and fuels demand for sexually trafficked women and children.

Internships at NCOSE provide energetic and highly motivated individuals the opportunity to address these issues while gaining new skills through hands-on opportunities that seek to prevent exploitation before it begins, and which foster a national culture that stands for freedom from sexual exploitation. SJA Interns also enjoy abundant opportunities to meet nationally recognized leaders in the field of anti-sexual exploitation and attend education briefings.

Don’t hesitate! Apply for a Sexual Justice Advocate internship position today to change your life and change the world. Positions for the 2020 fall term are still available. To apply please send your cover letter, résumé, two letters of reference, unofficial transcript, and writing sample to public@ncose.com.

In your cover letter please indicate your proposed start and end dates, the days and hours you could work every week, if your housing accommodations will be local to the Washington D.C. area, and if you need any additional accommodations during your internship.

Please see the available intern positions at NCOSE currently available below. Check back often as these may change over time.

Internships

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Legal Intern

DEPARTMENT: Law Center

TERM: Minimum 12-week internship

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Legal interns will work directly with the General Counsel and Vice President of NCOSE. Interns will be expected to engage in the following activities:

  • Assisting in high level and nation impacting litigation, including drafting of pleadings, briefs, demand letters, and appeals;
  • Researching legal questions and drafting memoranda for existing and potential cases;
  • Researching and drafting policy advocacy documents;
  • Researching and drafting model legislation in connection with human trafficking, exploitation, and pornography;
  • Meeting with and being by mentored by the General Counsel and senior NCOSE staff.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The legal internship is open to law students.

Desired qualifications include:

  • The high levels of initiative, creativity, work ethic, and good judgment;
  • Excellent research, writing, analytical and communication skills;
  • Well-organized, self-directed, and able to complete multiple tasks in a timely and efficient manner;
  • A commitment to actively working in alignment with the movement to end sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and pornography;
  • Philosophical agreement with the mission of the organization;
  • A collaborative and team oriented work ethic.

COMPENSATION: $1200 monthly stipend

TO APPLY:

Mail your resume, a two-page writing sample, and a detailed cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with NCOSE addressed to Haley Halverson, Vice President, National Center on Sexual Exploitation, 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840, Washington, DC 20005 or email the aforementioned items to public@ncose.com.

Public Health Intern Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Public Health Intern

DEPARTMENT: Programs

TERM:

8 weeks – 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned by the Director of Education and Outreach or the Executive Director. Such work may include:
  • creating public health campaign strategic plan and materials;
  • assisting with coordination of special events;
  • conducting research projects on specific topics related to pornography as a public health crisis;
  • development of educational materials and powerpoint presentations;
  • development of advocacy materials including letters, advocacy kits, fact sheets, study summaries, NCOSE store resources, booth displays, etc.;
  • writing and editing for periodic blogs/bulletins/newsletters/letters;
  • conducting literature reviews,
  • collecting and electronic filing of research studies.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (especially regarding new research) and conducts research (as directed) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography use such as sex addictions, neurological and other physiological effects, and behavioral impacts;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Pursuing a degree in public health or a related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Proactive
  • Ability to multitask
  • Deadline-oriented
  • Independent worker—must be able to complete tasks without constant management from staff
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications
  • Being open to feedback and willing to make changes to written documents

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6 month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

 

 

Communications, Press, and Digital Strategies Intern Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Communications, Press, Digital Strategies Intern
DEPARTMENT: Communications
TERM:

8 weeks to 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned by the Director of Communications or the Director of Education and Outreach. Such work may include:
  • writing press releases, blogs, op-eds, and other articles;
  • building press contact list;
  • pitching stories;
  • drafting media strategies;
  • assisting with social media;
  • conducting content analysis of publications;
  • drafting educational materials and resources.
  1. Receives exposure to aspects of running a nonprofit organization including:
  • digital strategies (including maintaining an online presence and increasing base of support nationwide);
  • event planning;
  • grassroots mobilization; and,
  • strategic planning.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (including pop culture) and conducts research (as directed) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Strong organization skills are essential
  • Proactive
  • Ability to multitask
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications: Mail merge, formatting letters, data management in Excel, etc. (preferred)
  • Knowledge of the web and digital marketing techniques (preferred)

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6 month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

 Advocacy & Public Policy Intern Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Advocacy & Public Policy Intern

DEPARTMENT: Advocacy

TERM:

8 weeks to 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned by the Vice President of Advocacy and Outreach or the Executive Director. Such work may include:
  • Research corporate boards, corporate policies, and assist with corporate policy reform efforts;
  • Help conduct social media campaigns to advance advocacy efforts;
  • Write blogs on sexual exploitation issues and NCOSE projects;
  • Help organize NCOSE events;
  • Assisting in writing letters and preparing mailings for corporations, donors, and members of Congress as needed;
  • Assisting with event plangrassroots roots mobilization, strategic planning, and other aspects of running a nonprofit;
  • Draft fact sheets, white papers and/or Powerpoint presentation.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (including legislative changes) and conducts research (as directed) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Strong organization skills are essential
  • Proactive
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Independent worker- must be able to complete tasks without constant management from staff
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications; mail merge, formatting letters data management in Excel, etc.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Knowledge of the web and digital marketing techniques

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides $500 monthly stipend to defray living expenses.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part-time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6-month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

Sexual Justice Advocate

Executive Director’s Internship Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Executive Director’s Internship

DEPARTMENT: Programs and Projects

TERM:

8 weeks – 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned and managed directly by the Executive Director. Such work may include:
  • outreach to peer agencies;
  • coordination of special events;
  • research projects related to pornography, sex trafficking, prostitution, sexually-oriented businesses, sexual assault, human rights abuses against women, child protection, and other topics are relevant to the work of the Program department;
  • PowerPoint presentation development;
  • Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation projects;
  • White Ribbon Against Pornography coordination and development of materials;
  • development of website material;
  • development of advocacy materials including literature, advocacy kits, NCOSE store resources, and booth displays; and,
  • writing and editing for periodic blogs/bulletins/newsletters/letters.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (including legislative changes) and conducts research (as directed) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Strong organization skills are essential
  • Proactive
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Independent worker- must be able to complete tasks without constant management from staff
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications; mail merge, formatting letters data management in Excel, etc.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Knowledge of the web and digital marketing techniques

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but prefer 8 week – 6 month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

 

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Communications, Press, Digital Strategies Intern
DEPARTMENT:  Communications
TERM:

8 weeks to 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned by the Director of Communications or the Director of Education and Outreach. Such work may include:
  • writing press releases, blogs, op-eds, and other articles;
  • building press contact list;
  • pitching stories;
  • drafting media strategies;
  • assisting with social media;
  • conducting content analysis of publications;
  • drafting educational materials and resources.
  1. Receives exposure to aspects of running a nonprofit organization including:
  • digital strategies (including maintaining an online presence and increasing base of support nationwide);
  • event planning;
  • grassroots mobilization; and,
  • strategic planning.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (including pop culture) and conducts research (as directed) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Strong organization skills are essential
  • Proactive
  • Ability to multitask
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications: Mail merge, formatting letters, data management in Excel, etc. (preferred)
  • Knowledge of the web and digital marketing techniques (preferred)

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part-time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6-month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

Graphic Design & Campaign Development Intern

POSITION TITLE: Sexual Justice Advocate: Graphic Artist Intern

DEPARTMENT: Communications

TERM:

8 weeks – 6 months

SUMMER: Dates flexible, 8 week minimum
FALL: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum
SPRING: Dates flexible, 12 week minimum

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs work on special projects as assigned by the Director of Communications or Director of Education and Outreach. Such work may include:
  • participates in media strategy discussions and planning;
  • develops social media memes;
  • designs educational materials and resources;
  • proof reads to produce accurate and high-quality work;
  • thinks creatively to produce new ideas and design concepts;
  • develops design briefs for specific marketing/educational campaigns;
  • illustrates concepts by designing rough layout of art and copy regarding arrangement, size, type size and style, and related aesthetic concepts;
  • obtains approval of concept by submitting rough layout for approval;
  • prepares finished copy and art.
  1. Receives exposure to aspects of running a nonprofit organization including:
  • digital strategies (including maintaining an online presence and increasing base of support nationwide);
  • event planning;
  • grassroots mobilization; and,
  • strategic planning.
  1. Represents NCOSE (as an observer) and reports on events at coalition meetings, as well as congressional hearings as directed.
  1. Keeps abreast of current developments (including pop culture) using various media and academic resources relating to:
  • harms of pornography;
  • harms of prostitution and other forms of commercial sex;
  • demand for commercial sex and male sex buying behavior;
  • organizations promoting, distributing, and/or profiting from sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, prostitution, sexual assault, risky sexy behavior); and,
  • sex trafficking of men, women and children.
  1. Assists NCOSE at conferences, meetings, events or committees as directed.
  1. Assists as needed with office management including answering of telephones, responding to email or other written requests, drafting correspondence, and filing.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Desktop publishing skills
  • Creativity
  • Strong organization skills
  • Proactive
  • Ability to multitask
  • Deadline-oriented
  • Knowledge of the web and digital marketing techniques (preferred)
  • Passion and enthusiasm for design, with creative flair
  • Good presentation skills
  • Confidence to explain and sell ideas to colleagues and target audiences
  • Being open to feedback and willing to make changes to designs

*NCOSE reserves the right to revise the job or to require that different or additional tasks be performed based on the organization’s need or when circumstances change.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6 month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station)

 

If you have other talents that you think will add to our efforts, please let us know! We need help with research, video creation, writing, project development, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Passionate about opposing sexual exploitation
  • Proactive
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks.
  • Independent worker – must be able to complete tasks without constant management from staff
  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications: Mail merge, formatting letters, data management in Excel, etc.

Compensation: NCOSE provides a $500 monthly stipend to help defray living costs.

Hours: Flexible. Full and part time hours are possible. Rolling start dates, but looking for 8 week – 6 month commitments.

Location: 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840 Washington, DC 20001 (Union Station). Possible to work from home in some cases.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to public@ncose.com or call 202-393-7245 with inquiries.

Full-Time Positions

OPEN POSITION: Corporate and Grassroot Advocacy Coordinator

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is seeking a passionate and hardworking advocate to be our Corporate and Grassroot Advocacy Coordinator. This position will execute online advocacy including writing, social media, email marketing and online action creation to target corporate policies that facilitate and promote any form of sexual exploitation. This position will work closely with our Executive Director and the Director of Corporate and Grassroot Advocacy to coordinate online and coalition-based campaigns, and to communicate the results to donors and the media. Our ideal candidate is someone with campaign or advocacy experience. The position is full-time and based in Washington, D.C.

Responsibilities:

  • Research corporate policies and evidence of irresponsible practices
  • Document proof and NCOSE claims in the form of webpages, blogs, and reports
  • Use specialized online platforms and tools to create actions, organize tasks, research companies and entities, and more
  • Assist in the strategy and execution of projects like the Dirty Dozen List, Safe Schools Safe Libraries, Protecting Children Online, Fly Free, Not A Game, No Vacancy for Exploitation, Tackle Demand, and more.
  • Create grassroots actions online to support NCOSE legislative or governmental work
  • Creating WordPress webpages
  • Drafting social media and email campaign language
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications

  • Highly motivated, have a demonstrated commitment to defending human dignity
  • College degree or higher
  • Minimum 2-years experience working in similar or comparative advocacy or campaign-based roles
  • Familiarity with and orientation towards technology systems, including Microsoft, WordPress, and Google Suite
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment, resourcefulness, and discretion
  • Meticulous writing and editing skills
  • Be highly efficient, organized, an excellent time manager, and have superb interpersonal communication skills
  • High professional standards including follow-through, responsiveness, and ability to receive constructive feedback
  • Ability to see the big picture and manage practical details working both collaboratively and independently
  • Experience cultivating social networks and successful interactions with donors

Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience and ability.

NCOSE offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including family health and dental benefits with 25% employee-paid premiums, a retirement plan with a 5% employer matching component, and generous paid time off.

To Apply

Email your resume and a detailed cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with NCOSE addressed to Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation to public@ncose.com with the subject line “CORPORATE COORDINATOR.”


OPEN POSITION: DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is seeking a highly-organized and fearless forward-thinker to be our next Development Officer. The Development Officer will support current development programs with a focus on individual donors. This position will work closely with our CEO and Executive Director to manage NCOSE’s annual development calendar, organize donor cultivation, conduct donor research, process gifts and acknowledgements, maintain donor records, and support the Board of Directors in its fundraising efforts. Our ideal candidate is someone with significant fund development experience. The position full-time based in Washington, D.C.

Responsibilities

  • Manage donor data, gift processing, and regularly report on fundraising progress.
  • Research donors and assist with donor cultivation.
  • Assist in development of donor communications, including calls, personal letters, promotional materials, and marketing strategies.
  • Research for new funding.
  • Maintain NCOSE donor mailing and email lists and manage all donor-related communications.
  • Provide administrative support for annual giving, event sponsorships, and other fundraising programs.
  • Assisting with legacy planning program.
  • Event planning and coordination.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned.
  • Edit, finalize and drive deadlines for foundation proposals and reports, as well as proposals and reports for individual donors, programmatic partnerships, and other institutions as needed.

Qualifications

  • Highly motivated, have a demonstrated commitment to defending human dignity..
  • High school diploma or equivalent; college degree preferred
  • Minimum 2-years experience working in fundraising activities for a non-profit organization or public foundation;
  • Familiarity with and orientation towards technology systems, including Microsoft and Google Suite.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment, resourcefulness, and discretion;
  • Meticulous writing and editing skills;
  • Be highly efficient, organized, an excellent time manager, and have superb interpersonal communication skills;
  • High professional standards including follow-through, responsiveness, and ability to receive constructive feedback;
  • Ability to see the big picture and manage practical details working both collaboratively and independently;
  • Experience cultivating social networks and successful interactions with donors;

Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience and ability.

NCOSE offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including family health and dental benefits with 25% employee-paid premiums, a retirement plan with a 5% employer matching component, and generous paid time off.

To Apply

Email your resume and a detailed cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with NCOSE addressed to Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation to public@ncose.com with the subject line “DEVELOPMENT OFFICER.”


OPEN POSITION: PRESS RELATIONS COORDINATOR

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is seeking an experienced pro-active and creative Press Relations Coordinator to assist in multi-pronged efforts to communicate the mission, projects, and victories of the organization.

This is an ideal position for an individual with passion for utilizing media and communications to shift the way our culture addresses all forms of sexual exploitation, including sex trafficking, pornography, prostitution, sexual violence, child abuse, and more.

The Press Relations Coordinator will drive press outreach by drafting press statements, managing journalist databases, and regularly pitching opinion editorials and stories to the media. The Press Relations Coordinator will regularly edit academic and commentary content, write blogs, and conduct basic WordPress website maintenance and updates. The position requires flexibility to also assist in drafting content for event promotional materials, educational resources, and online advocacy campaigns as needed.

Previous experience with pitching to the media is required. Previous experience with videography, or photography, is preferred.

Given the nature of the position and our activist-oriented organization, we are looking for a multi-talented, dedicated, and passionate team member who can keep up with our fast-paced environment, someone who is able to change priorities daily and who can learn independently.

You will have the opportunity to develop and implement national strategies through leading advocacy and shaping public discourse on these issues. You will also have the opportunity for travel, to meet with high-level influencers, and to learn cutting-edge tactics to influence public opinion.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply: email your resume, a two-page writing sample, and a detailed cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with NCOSE addressed to Haley Halverson, Vice President, National Center on Sexual Exploitation, at public@ncose.com.


OPEN POSITION: CONTRACT GRANT RESEARCHER / WRITER

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is seeking an experienced contract grant researcher and writer to identify, analyze, and write fundraising grant requests to support NCOSE programs to defend human dignity and oppose sexual exploitation.

This position will fuel the movement to combat sexual exploitation by connecting NCOSE to charitable foundations with likeminded concern for issues including sex trafficking, child welfare, education and empowerment, violence against women, legal campaigns against sexually oriented businesses, pornography, and more. This position requires strong writing and research skills in addition to creative problem solving, excellent organizational skills, and an independent and self-starter work ethic.

Previous experience grant writing or fundraising writing is preferred.

To apply: email your resume, a two-page writing sample or any example work of past grant or fundraising writing, and a detailed cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with NCOSE addressed to Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation, 440 1st Street NW, Suite 840, Washington, DC 20005 or to public@ncose.com.