Anti-Human Trafficking Fellowship

Employer
OLP Foundation
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Mar 09, 2017
Closes
Aug 11, 2017
Industry
Nonprofit
Hours
Full Time

Human Trafficking Search is a program run by the OLP Foundation. Human Trafficking Search maintains a global database of human trafficking resources, government reports, literature, multimedia sources, and other documents to assist students, researchers, and stakeholders in the anti-trafficking movement.

We just moved to We Work DuPont which is filled with dozens of non-profits and innovative technology start-ups. The space holds networking events, talks, and weekly happy hours to help people doing good work connect. We are looking for fellows eager to take advantage of these opportunities and passionate about ending human trafficking.

We are offering two types of fellowships this summer- Regional Area Fellowship and Communications Fellowship.

Region Area Fellowship

The Regional Area Fellows will be tasked with connecting with practitioners within their region of focus and compiling and curating resources based on that specific region of the world. Fellows will have the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from practitioners in the anti-trafficking field and will collect resources on various forms of human trafficking for various stakeholders. Through a speaker series and direct contact with national and international anti-trafficking practitioners, fellows will have the opportunity to network and engage in the field.

Regional Area Fellows will:

• Research various forms of human trafficking and stakeholder resources in a language of choice.

• Compile resources to be added to the Global Database.

• Serve as a liaison between Human Trafficking Search and Stakeholders in various regions of the world.

• Assemble region-specific awareness campaigns to raise awareness of human trafficking around the world and to promote Human Trafficking Search as a resource tool for students, researchers, and other stakeholders.

• Learn and work alongside a number of accomplished anti-trafficking practitioners.

This Fellowship is unpaid, but we encourage applicants to apply for summer internship funding. The fellowship is open to seven individuals, one in each region:

•MENA

•Sub-Saharan Africa

•SE Asia

•East Asia

•Europe, Australia

•North America

•Latin America

When applying, please indicate which region best fits your interests and why.

Job Qualifications:

• Working towards a degree in International Studies, International Politics and Economics, Economics, Political Science, Gender Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, or another related field;

• Knowledge of various forms of Human Trafficking, including forced labor, sex trafficking, child trafficking, organ trafficking, and child soldiers;

• Knowledge of one or more of the following languages (other than English): Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, French, or Portuguese. Other languages, including Japanese, Nepalese, Korean, German, Russian, Thai, Afrikaans, Swahili, are also welcome;

• Excellent research, writing, and interpersonal skills.

Communications Fellowship

The Communications Fellow will aid in managing all of Human Trafficking Search's social media and blog marketing, as well as add to and develop the multi-media aspect of our global database. The Communications Fellow will have the unique opportunity to work alongside and meet with national and international anti-trafficking practitioners during the fellowship and a speaker series coordinated by Human Trafficking Search. Thus, the fellow will have the unique opportunity to network and engage in the field. The Communications Fellow will be:

• Managing all social media platforms, including the HTS blog, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, including managing social media marketing on all platforms;

• Learning about, creating, and managing domestic and international Google Adwords campaigns, and monitoring campaigns and web traffic using Google Analytics.

• Curating the multimedia aspect of the HTS Global Database;

• Designing and creating a creative series (likely a podcast) to feature on the HTS weekly blog and website.

Job Qualifications:

• Working towards a degree in Film and Media Culture, Communications, Gender Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, English or another related field;

• Excellent written and verbal communications skills, preferably for the web;

• Knowledge of social media marketing for blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn;

• Knowledge of Wordpress a plus, but not necessary;

• Knowledge of various forms of Human Trafficking, including forced labor, sex trafficking, child trafficking, organ trafficking, and child soldiers.

• Knowledge of Audio Editing Software or other multimedia software a plus, but not necessary.