New Friends New Life (NFNL) is a faith-based 501(c)(3) organization located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area dedicated to restoring and empowering formerly trafficked girls and sexually exploited women and their children. We help women overcome backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty, and limited opportunities by providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance and spiritual support.
New Friends New Life offers internships for those completing various degree programs. We appreciate the skills and assistance that interns bring to our program and believe we can provide a unique learning experience.
Men's Advocacy Group manKINDness Intern
Championed by the New Friends New Life Men’s Advocacy Group and developed with input from clinical psychologists and child development experts, the manKINDness® Project curriculum is an interactive learning experience tailored for young men in high school and college. The purpose of the curriculum is to increase young men’s awareness about human trafficking and associated perils along with roles they can play toward solutions. The program employs conversations with young men designed to positively influence their attitudes and behaviors toward others and to help them appreciate the power of their voices and attitudes toward girls and women in particular.
· Develop and implement strategies, including content and touch points, for engaging high school and college-age male students in the fight to end domestic human trafficking
· Conduct research on select topics including best practices of organizations combating human trafficking, new awareness and outreach concepts
· Develop new and enhance existing manKINDness Project collateral for presentations and distribution
· Work with and support professionals who are changing the lives of women and children who are victims of the illegal sex trade
To apply: submit a resume and cover letter to Bill Morse, Men’s Advocacy Group / Community Engagement Director at MAG@newfriendsnewlife.org
New Friends New Life is seeking an Advancement Intern. The Advancement Intern will work with the New Friends New Life Advancement Team to plan and execute events for donors and/or appropriate audiences. This position will also work with New Friends New Life volunteers, and serve as an administrative aide assisting with data entry, record keeping, and file maintenance. Click on the link below for the full job description.
To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Jordan Brodehl at firstname.lastname@example.org.