Careers & Volunteer Opportunities

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Coalition Careers

Communications and Development Intern (Part-Time): Learn more and apply here

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Volunteer

Eager, compassionate, and dedicated to our mission, volunteers are constantly needed and are always welcomed.

There are different ways to donate your time to helping change lives with The Coalition. Some options include:

  • Activist: Assist The Coalition in passing laws that protect survivors and victims of domestic and sexual violence while holding offenders more accountable by contacting your legislators and meeting with them when needed.

  • Event Planner: Help The Coalition raise money by planning and staffing events.

  • Online Ambassador: Follow The Coalition on your preferred social networking sites and amplify our reach by sharing our posts, commenting, and creating your own posts.

  • Community Ambassador: Help set up events, run an information booth, and/or attend community fairs.

  • Office Assistant: Answer phones, make copies or perform other office support tasks.

  • Write: Submit letters to the editor in response to news stories that affect survivors or contribute to the culture of victim-blaming.

To apply, click here.

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Careers with Coalition Member Agencies

Check back soon for more opportunities!

If you are part of a Coalition Member Program and wish to advertise your organization's current job openings on this page, please email Nathan Shulman at nshulman@tncoalition.org a PDF including the job title, job description, application deadline, and how to apply.  

​​Call us:

615-386-9406
800-289-9018

​Find us: 

2 International Plaza Drive, Suite 425
Nashville, TN 37217

For Students & Activists: ProtectRespectTN.org
For Prevention Specialists: PrevenTN.com

 

The office is closed through May 31 but services are available. Reach us 8am-5pm Monday through Thursday at our phone number, 615 386-9406

24-hour State-Wide Domestic Violence Hotline- 1-800-356-6767

This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, Finance and Administration, Office of Criminal Justice Programs. The opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations contained within this document are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Tennessee.