CCMA AmeriCorps VISTA Position: Building Equity and Survivor Leadership Capacity
The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment Center for Human Trafficking Survivors (“SAFE Center”) is recruiting a CCMA AmeriCorps VISTA to implement the first year of a two-year project. The CCMA AmeriCorps VISTA Equity and Survivor Leadership Project will help build the SAFE Center’s capacity to provide sustainable and inclusive programming and services to human trafficking survivors by creating and restructuring internal policies with an anti-racist lens, developing and advancing strategic partnerships with BIPOC-led organizations, and supporting the Center’s creation of a survivor leadership program. The survivor leadership program will facilitate the inclusion of survivor input, feedback, and voices in SAFE Center programs; integrate survivors in SAFE Center research, advocacy, and service provision as appropriate; and provide training and professional development for survivors who want to be advocates and leaders in the field. The creation of a survivor leadership program will allow the SAFE Center to more effectively serve larger numbers of trafficking survivors and create inclusive, survivor-led programming and structural changes. This position located in College Park, Maryland.
Communications Internship – Summer 2021
The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment Center for Human Trafficking Survivors (SAFE) Center is seeking a Communications Intern for the 2021 Summer term. The Communications Intern will assist the Communications and Outreach Coordinator in generating written and graphic design content for the SAFE Center’s social media platforms, annual reports, outreach presentations, internal newsletters, and other projects. This unpaid internship opportunity will be completed remotely through online platforms due to COVID-19 until the SAFE Center’s policies dictate otherwise. We ask for a commitment of at least 10 hours per week.
Volunteer Position – Pro Bono Network Coordinator
The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment Center for Human Trafficking Survivors (SAFE) Center is seeking a public service-oriented attorney interested in volunteering on a part time basis to help us grow our pro- and low-bono network of Maryland-based lawyers that practice in areas of law that survivors of sex and labor trafficking need to rebuild their lives.