Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
San Francisco Department on the Status of Women Human Trafficking Fellowship
Amended and Reissued Tuesday, September 19, 2017
The San Francisco Department on the Status of Women is seeking a graduate student or recent college graduate for the position of Human Trafficking Fellow for a 10-month period October 2017 – June 2018. The Fellow will be expected to work in the Department’s Civic Center office, three days a week during regular business hours, and occasional evening events, for a minimum of 24-hours per week. A stipend of $15/hour is available for the Fellow position. The position reports to the Department’s Women’s Policy Director.
Are you a woman age 18 and up who lived in San Francisco 2011 and 2017 and was involved in the system? Get paid to share your tory and help change the women and girls receive support in San Francisco
The Young Women’s Freedom Center is conducting a research project to find out how young women in San Francisco have been experienced any of the following systems:
*CPS, welfare (CALWorks,Medi-CAL, Housing), foster care, juvenile or criminal justice systems.
● Self identifying women who have currently live or have lived in San Francisco anytime between 2011-17
● Been involved in a system in San Francisco
When: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from September - December 2017.
Interviews will be conducted at our office, Young Women’s Freedom Center 832 Folsom Street, Suite 700. We can also meet you at a place you feel comfortable, your home, etc.
2 Hour interviews with a research organizer from YWFC
All organizers have had experiences with the system. Information collected during the interviews will be used to make recommendations to elected officials, city departments, such as Dept of Human Services, Juvenile Probation, etc., on how to improve services for young women in SF.
You will receive $70 dollars compensation for completing a two-hour interview!
For more info or to schedule an interview: email firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: (415)703-8800
Alameda County Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership Student Intern 2017 (Paid)
The Alameda County Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (ACCIPP) is a regional coalition focused on those who work with or are concerned about children of incarcerated parents. The goal is to improve the lives of children with an incarcerated parent through increased awareness, improved programs and policy reforms. The partnership includes social service providers, representatives of government bodies, advocates, and others.
For more information click Student Intern job description.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume with the subject line Student Intren--ACCIP to Danielle Motley, Managing Associate at email@example.com.
Alameda County Community Advisory Board (CAB)
The CAB has openings! CAB needs community members who want to improve reentry services for men and women returning to the community from jail and prison.
CAB advises county department leaders, including the District Attorney, Public Defender, Probation Chief, Social Services Director & others on policy, program and the annual multi-million dollar budget related to implementing prison realignment in Alameda County (see AB 109 state legislation).
CAB seeks to promote innovation and best practice for jail and prison reentry services in the areas of housing, employment, education, physical and emotional wellness and addictions recovery.
Each County Supervisorial District has three representatives on the CAB. At least one of those members has to be a formerly incarcerated person. What supervisorial District do I live in? Look it up online: http://www.acgov.org/ms/addresslookup/. To apply, click here.
Contra Costa County Reentry Success Center is looking for steering committee members
One person will serve as a Community Representative
One Person will serve as a Community Based Organization representative.
Please fill out an application CC County Reenty Solutions Group Steering Committee Application.docx and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
La Casa is now accepting applications for new volunteers to work directly with the survivors they serve. Starting September 3rd, La Casa's fall domestic violence advocates training sessions will span evenings and weekends across the month