Jobs & Volunteering

Our dedicated staff, volunteers, and interns help to put an end the commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking of children every day.  Interested in joining us? GEMS is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all qualified applicants, regardless of gender, race, age, sexuality, or disability.

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Jobs

Survivor Leadership Institute (SLI) Logistics Coordinator

Finance Manager

Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator

Part Time Everyday Living Mentor 

Youth Outreach Manager

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Internship Opportunities

We are looking for highly motivated people to support our mission and bring excellent interpersonal communication skills to the task. Internships will provide a substantive, challenging experience and will expand your understanding of GEMS work. Our interns work for a fixed period (usually the length of a semester) with a set number of hours per week. Eight hours is the minimum per week and a total of 80 hours is an acceptable minimum commitment. Interns may work for college credit or a college-provided stipend.

Current Internships:

GEMS Administrative Intern

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter explaining your specific interest in GEMS to resumes@gems-girls.org.   Please put the title of the internship you are applying for in the subject heading.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you so much for your interest in volunteering with GEMS! We appreciate your dedication to our mission and your generosity in giving your time.

Here are 5 Things you can do today to support the work of GEMS:

+  TALK about commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking with friends and family

+  GET WIRED Join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

+  DONATE your birthday or event to GEMS

+  SHARE Invite 5 Friends to Buy “This Is to Mother You” or watch Very Young Girls

+  ORGANIZE Plan a film screening night or fundraiser to inspire others to protect vulnerable girls and young women.

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