Get Involved


We have the following positions currently available. Apply now and help make a difference!

1. Content Contributors

Help build the Human Trafficking Project into an informational resource of news articles, analysis and insights for researchers and individuals interested in learning more about trafficking!
 
Are you a researcher? A student? A social worker? An advocate? A lawyer? A volunteer?

We are looking for gifted writers who are passionate about raising awareness of human trafficking and are ready and willing to provide analysis on current efforts to combat trafficking, report on new, innovative anti-trafficking strategies, interview organizations around the world that are making a difference, review trafficking news articles, attend and report on trafficking-related conferences and in general share their opinions and insights on everything that is trafficking (whew, that was a lot in one sentence).

We can't promise you fame and fortune (although site traffic is steadily growing, these are unpaid positions), but we can promise a forum where you can help raise awareness of trafficking and have your opinions heard.

Direct experience in the field is appreciated but by no means required. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of awareness to raise- together we can make a difference!
Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week.

Please email a sample blog (e.g. what would you write for your first HTP post?) and a brief description of your experience and interest in trafficking to: writers@traffickingproject.org





2. Operations Manager  


The Operations Manager involves working on the diverse, daily needs of HTP including responding to inquiries, tracking relevant organizational information and identifying strategies to help us operate more efficiently. Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week.

We can't promise you fame and fortune (although site traffic is steadily growing, these are unpaid positions), but we can promise a forum where you can help raise awareness of trafficking and have your opinions heard.

Direct experience in the field is preferred but not required. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of awareness to raise- together we can make a difference!


Please email
a cover letter explaining your qualifications and your resume to: operations@traffickingproject.org




3. Development Manager


The Development Manager will focus on conceptualizing and implementing fund raising strategies including grant writing and donation-based campaigns. Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week.

We can't promise you fame and fortune (although site traffic is steadily growing, these are unpaid positions), but we can promise a forum where you can help raise awareness of trafficking and have your opinions heard.

Direct experience in the field is appreciated but by no means required. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of awareness to raise- together we can make a difference!


Please email
a cover letter explaining your qualifications and your resume to: development@traffickingproject.org
 



4. Community Manager


The Community Manager will focus on building and maintaining our existing network of anti-trafficking organizations. Primary functions include reaching out to organizations to form partnerships, conducting interviews with organizations and tracking relevant events. Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week.

We can't promise you fame and fortune (although site traffic is steadily growing, these are unpaid positions), but we can promise a forum where you can help raise awareness of trafficking and have your opinions heard.

Direct experience in the field is preferred but not required. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of awareness to raise- together we can make a difference!


Please email
a cover letter explaining your qualifications and your resume to: communitydev@traffickingproject.org

 


5. Social Media Manager

 

The Social Media Manager will focus on establishing and maintaining a presence on all applicable online social networks and social media channels (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Idealist, etc.). Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week.

We can't promise you fame and fortune (although site traffic is steadily growing, these are unpaid positions), but we can promise a forum where you can help raise awareness of trafficking and have your opinions heard.

Direct experience in the field is appreciated but by no means required. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of awareness to raise- together we can make a difference!


Please email
a cover letter explaining your qualifications and your resume to: marketing@traffickingproject.org