Human Trafficking Program Intern
Interns work alongside case managers and assist with projects, research-based tasks, data entry, and directly assist survivors of sex and labor human trafficking.
- Ability to provide a “trauma-informed” approach and sensitivity to working with refugees and other vulnerable populations
- Comfortable working independently and in collaborative environments
- Knowledgeable of diverse cultures and/or willingness to learn cultural customs
- Access to a car/reliable transportation
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and organizational skills.
- Adherence to confidentiality policies
- Flexibility and adaptability to the changing needs of survivors
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