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Purpose: To provide direct clinical support to clients including crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy, psychoeducation, and referrals to support healing from the impact of sexual assault in their lives.
Purpose: To provide direct clinical support to clients including crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy, psychoeducation, and referrals to support healing from the impact of sexual assault in their lives. This employee will see up to 7 clients through the First Response Program and the remainder of their clinical time serving other SAC clients. The First Response Program serves clients with acute trauma symptoms needing immediate crisis intervention through a 12-week short-term program of individual and group therapy.
Purpose: To provide direct clinical support to clients including crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy, information, and to help overcome the impact of sexual assault on their lives. The employee will provide services exclusively to clients of Montgomery Child Advocacy Center.
Purpose: The Program Manager will be working under a newly awarded Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) federal grant, Training, and Services to End Violence Against Women with Disabilities. The Program Manager will be responsible for coordinating meetings between the partnered agencies under this grant which includes Hispanic Family Foundation, Tennessee Disability Coalition, and Sexual Assault Center as well as OVW on strategic planning and implementation of this grant. The first year of this grant will be spent working with partners on creating a grant program scope to then implement in year 2 and 3.
Purpose: This position is responsible for ensuring that all Finance Coordinator responsibilities are handled properly and follow all financial regulations, grant requirements, and decisions are made with a full understanding of the financial impact on the agency. This is the ideal opportunity for a candidate who values a service-oriented and people-centric workplace.
Purpose: To provide medical accompaniment, information, support, and resources to SAC clients.
The Sexual Assault Center (SAC) Clinical Department offers internships for 2nd-year students in a graduate-level counseling, psychology, social work, or MFT program with coursework designed to meet educational requirements for becoming an LPC, Licensed psychologist, LCSW, or LMFT.
Interns placements are for the academic year with a minimum of an 8-month consecutive commitment starting in the Fall semester (August start date) ending the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Students may also start in their Summer semester (May) and must continue through the entire academic year, ending their internship at the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Applications are accepted thru the month of January with interviews in the following months.
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Sexual Assault Center (SAC) is seeking a part-time intern to support the Development team. Interns will have opportunities to learn how to develop fundraising and revenue generation plans to support the organizational mission. Building relationships with donors, volunteers, helping with grants, and engaging in events are just a few examples of some of the activitites they'll participate in.
SAC serves those who have been affected by sexual violence through advocacy and therapy. The on-site Safe Clinic is open 24/7 and provides a safe place for victims of recent sexual assault to receive a Medical Legal Exam (rape kit) and other resources they may need.
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SAC's Safe Tracks Internship supports the Safe Tracks program (a primary prevention bystander intervention program aimed at addressing sexual harassment and assault in the music industry) through administrative duties, event planning, training development and facilitation, and building community partnerships. This internship is geared toward students who are looking for an experiential placement that will emphasize trauma-informed and best practice response to sexual harassment and assault while gaining valuable experience in a non-profit and music industry setting.
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