Anti-Trafficking Outreach Internship
Wichita (United States of America)
The Anti-Trafficking Outreach intern will work alongside the Anti-Trafficking Program Manager to build and leverage community resources for client services. This will include participating in outreach efforts in locations known to house at-risk, highly-vulnerable populations, including, but not limited to, homeless shelters, homeless encampments, Department of Corrections locations, landlords and hotel chains. In addition, intern will build relationships within hospitality, beauty and restaurant industries.
•Conduct outreach activities in various locations in the Wichita area with the aim of building a portfolio of resources available to survivors and raising awareness of human trafficking issues within the community.
•Develop and maintain a database to capture outreach efforts and results of such.
•Assist in maintaining social media platforms for The Lighthouse Project.
For the sake of stability and continuity, the IRC asks for a minimum commitment of 3-4 months, with at least 10 hours per week.
In-depth training will be provided for interns to understand human trafficking case management programming and the various needs of clients accessing services. A high-level of confidentiality is required when working with IRC clients.