AAWC seeks candidates who are passionate about ending all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG), including sex trafficking. Previous experience working with women and children or with marginalised populations is not required, but candidates must be able to demonstrate an informed and committed interest in the field. In addition, candidates must be prepared to maintain empathy and open-mindedness for the complex intersection of circumstances that bring a woman into prostitution and to treat all individuals with respect and dignity, not condescension or pity.
All staff members will work in a non-hierarchal, collaborative, and hands-on environment with the Director and are expected to demonstrate a high level of initiative and independence. In addition, staff must be adaptable, resourceful, and intellectually curious. Fluency in English and Hindi are required, and knowledge of Marathi and/or Bengali is advantageous.
To inquire about a position with AAWC, please send a CV (résumé) and cover letter to email@example.com. Please check this page regularly for updates in job openings.
For international interns: please download our Manual for International Interns and Volunteers (pdf) to learn more about what it would be like to intern with AAWC in India. Applications must be submitted at least 3 months in advance of your intended start date. Interns must apply for a minimum period of 3 months.
If you would like to intern with AAWC but cannot commit to a minimum period of 3 months, you can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about fundraising opportunities.
Fund-raising and Communications
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Elizabeth Tang, Strategic Consultant
I first came to AAWC in October 2012. I had recently graduated from Harvard College, where I had served as a sexual assault peer counselor, and I was working full-time at an investment bank in New York City. During my time in finance, I realized that I wanted to continue learning about ending gender-based violence, especially sex trafficking. I have since gained a diverse set of professional skills at AAWC, and I am constantly impressed by the extraordinary women and girls I meet. I had no idea what to expect when I quit my job and moved to India, but I can now say with absolute certainty that it was one of the best decisions I have ever made.