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We are hiring dynamic, kind, community-minded individuals to help us empower RVA!
Director of Grants & Data Management
This position directs and manages all grant activity for the YWCA Richmond, including proposals, monitoring and reporting requirements for government, corporate, private foundation and United Way grants. Develops and manages an effective data collection and management system to track program goals and outcomes.
Client Services Specialist/ Emergency Housing
This position identifies, establishes and maintains a network of community resources, partnerships, and activities that will support a comprehensive case management service for all YWCA of Richmond families: children and adults; community and residential. Provides assessment and resource/referral services targeting each individual’s unique needs, and assists clients in developing practical service plans and goals.
Teacher Assistant – Sprout School
Creative growth is encouraged by designing a curriculum that allows each child to contribute in his or her unique way. Children, parents, teachers, and the environment form a complete circle of learning inspiring all to join in the process. The role of the Teacher Assistant is to support the Lead Teacher in establishing and maintaining a safe learning environment that is cognitively stimulating, aesthetically pleasing, and fosters a child’s emotional, social, physical, and cognitive growth using a Reggio Emilia Inspired approach to a child’s learning.
Hotline Specialist (4 PRN)
This position directs telephone crisis response and systems of support and referral for victims/survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence by answering the Greater Richmond Regional Hotline (GRRH). Establishes and maintains effective and efficient communication strategies to ensure superior client service. Establishes care and understanding by exercising the willingness to listen carefully to each caller.
The YWCA Internship Program’s mission is to maintain expertise in the field of sexual and domestic violence, nonprofit management, and child development by engaging interns in cutting edge theory and interventions.
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Program Internships
Mail or Fax or Email Applications to:
c/o: Internship Program
6 N. 5th Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Below you will find internship descriptions that are located on the application. Please review the requirements in detail.
Development Department Internships
Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Applications due by Jan. 15th; Summer Applications due by April 30th; Fall Applications due Aug.30th
Equal Opportunity Employer
We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, martial or veteran status, the presence of non-related medical conditions or disability, or any other legally protected status.