At the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault, we believe there can be an end to sexual violence. It’s for that reason, that we focus on education, training, and policy. We are passionate about ending these horrible and unnecessary acts, and want to partner with others who feel strongly about our cause.
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Report to: Prevention Program Coordinator
Hours: Minimum 15 hours a week
Application Closing Date: March 31
The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault (the Alliance) is a non-profit in the city whose mission is to prevent sexual violence and reduce the harm it causes through education, research and advocacy.
The Alliance serves all five boroughs and works closely with rape crisis programs, hospitals, District Attorney’s Office, New York City Police Department and city leaders to develop and implement best practices in the treatment of and response to sexual assault survivors. The Alliance is also a Regional Center for Sexual Assault Prevention and works within communities, colleges and universities, and nightlife establishments to prevent occurrences of sexual violence, build the capacity of individuals, organizations, and institutions to analyze the impact of sexual violence, and provide them with the skills to develop prevention interventions that best fit the needs of their community. As an NYC Regional Center, the Alliance implements the Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention Program (ASAP Program) – a multi-county primary prevention initiative that includes two major components:
Project Dream, Own, Tell (DOT) workshops for youth ages 13-21 that focuses on community change strategies to mobilize youth and influential adults in their lives. The focus is on marginalized and underserved communities in NYC that are at high risk of sexual assault.
A nightlife initiative that trains establishment staff to respond and prevent sexual misconduct in nightlife spaces.
We are seeking a talented, dedicated graduate student intern who can work on sexual violence prevention components of our work. This is an unpaid internship but will provide necessary documentation for credit if available and desired. If you are a graduate student in public health this position may be used to fulfill your Applied Practice Experience requirement, if desired.
Support monitoring, evaluation, and research activities for youth and nightlife-focused sexual violence prevention programs, including developing evaluation tools, conducting focus groups and/or interviews to collect qualitative data, and assisting with evaluation and research written deliverables;
Support activities to engage community members in sexual violence prevention strategies;
Assist with research and integration of community-based participatory research methods into existing sexual violence prevention programs targeting youth populations;
Support advocacy for adoption of community-level sexual violence prevention strategies;
Create communication materials to engage nightlife community members;
Facilitate sexual violence prevention trainings for youth and nightlife stakeholders when needed;
Support other sexual violence prevention efforts and offer support with specific tasks as necessary.
Graduate student in Public Health or related field, with knowledge of program monitoring and evaluation
Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
Attention to detail, along with ability to work independently and creatively
An interest in working with an anti-violence organization and with a passion for working to reduce the harm caused by sexual violence
Proficient in Microsoft office and web browsers, ability to treat confidential information appropriately, ability to prioritize multiple tasks and attention to details are important
The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to cultural diversity, diversity of gender expression and open to candidates of all ages and physical ability. We strongly encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume as a single word or pdf document to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates may be asked to submit writing samples and supporting documents. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please. If you are a graduate student in public health and looking to use this position to fulfill your Applied Practice Experience requirement, please indicate this in your cover letter.
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