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Thank you for your interest in the Education and Prevention Director role for Voices for the Truth.

Volunteer positions are open to anyone regardless of their current affiliation with the Truth (Friend, Worker, or former member).

Please note this form is not confidential. The information you share will not be made public but will be shared among current volunteers to determine next steps.

About the role:

As a small but dedicated team, we are eager to work with those who share our passion for supporting those affected by  SA  and CSA in the Truth while preventing future harm.

The person in this role will have an opportunity to significantly shape the position as well as the organization itself. In addition to leading their own small volunteer team, the Education and Prevention Director will be a member of the Executive Committee and participate in decisions about the goals, strategy, functions, and governance of Voices for the Truth.

Who we’re looking for:

The person in this role should be comfortable navigating ambiguity, and willing to take initiative and identify paths forward. The person in this role should be collaborative and share the organizational commitment to collective decision-making and collaborative governance.

We strongly encourage you to apply even if you do not feel you are a perfect fit for this role. We are willing to consider a wide range of skills and experiences you might be able to offer to this position. If you are not selected for the role, we will consider you for future volunteer positions.

  • Responsibilities
    • Develop a comprehensive education and prevention strategy
      • Design and curate educational materials on topics related to SA and CSA prevention and recovery tailored to different segments of the Truth including children, teenagers, Elders, Workers, and Overseers, and former members.
      • Monitor and evaluate programs, including gathering feedback, to measure the effectiveness of the education strategy
    • Collaborate with the Communications Director and team to build awareness and connect audiences to educational material
    • Collaborate with the Lead Victim-Survivor Advocate and Advisory Board to ensure all materials and presentations center victim-survivor experiences and voices.
  • Qualifications
    • Must have at least 2 years of professional education and prevention experience, broadly defined
    • Experience in the Truth (either as a current or former member) is strongly preferred
    • Training in victim-survivor advocacy, trauma-informed care, or similar is preferred but not required
    • Experience with the nonprofit sector is preferred but not required
  • Expectations
    • The role of Education and Prevention Director is an unpaid, volunteer position. A person in this position should expect to dedicate 5-10 hours per week to the role.

The Education and Prevention Director will participate in weekly status meetings and executive meetings by providing updates on their team’s work and consulting on organization-wide matters.

Education and Prevention Director Application