Since 1996, the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women has been supporting tribal communities throughout New Mexico with training, technical assistance, support, and policy advocacy. CSVANW interfaces daily with tribal leadership, tribal courts, advocates, law enforcement, State and Federal partners and those who are directly affected by violence against Native women and children.
On occasion, CSVANW has job openings or is in need of facilitators, consultants and/or contractors. Please check back for employment opportunities or call the Coalition to discover other ways to join us in our mission, (505) 243-9199 or email us here.
The Coalition has several unpaid volunteer and internship opportunities for those wishing to aid in advocacy work on behalf of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, teen dating violence and stalking in New Mexico’s tribal communities.
The CSVANW has also partnered with several organizations for training and growth opportunities, including the University of New Mexico and the local Native American Community Academy, to help students in earning college and high school credit for hours worked with the organization.
Opportunities for both volunteers and interns include:
- Gaining applied research and policy experience. Aiding in evaluation of what type of advocacy work is effective in tribal communities.
- Site visits of CSVANW members who provide direct service to Native American women and children affected by violence.
- Helping with events and trainings, including the creation of flyers, taking notes during trainings to be used as a resource, creation of participant contact lists, and compiling and processing evaluations.
To learn more about volunteering or interning with the Coalition, please call CSVANW at (505) 243-9199 or email us at here.