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WISE Multidisciplinary Interview and Training Center (MITC) Coordinator

The MITC Coordinator facilitates supportive interview experiences for survivors, represents WISE with community partners, is involved in all aspects of expert witness development and maintenance with an interest in building efficacy for the response to gender-based violence, and is responsible for project data collection and reporting. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Abby Tassel, MITC Director.

Family Violence Prevention Coordinator

The Family Violence Prevention Coordinator is a part of WISE’s Advocacy Team, responsible for providing sophisticated, well-coordinated advocacy for people impacted by gender-based violence. In collaboration with the NH Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF), this position specializes in working with families experiencing the co-occurrence of child abuse and domestic violence. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Kate Rohdenburg, WISE Program Director.

Program Advocate

Work directly with survivors of domestic and sexual violence, stalking and trafficking as well as the systems and communities around them. When survivors have advocates, they are not alone. Advocates help survivors to understand what they have experienced and the impacts, to articulate what they need to move forward, and to find resources to support the life they choose. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Kate Rohdenburg, WISE Program Director.

Youth Violence Prevention Educator

Work with students, educators, and parents throughout the Upper Valley providing prevention education, student leadership to end violence, and youth advocacy for survivors. Educators inspire people to consider the root causes of gender-based violence and ask each person to join our work with their own unique skills and experiences. Every person can make our Upper Valley a more peaceful place, and educators share the information and tools they need to make that change happen. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Kate Rohdenburg, WISE Program Director.

Community Educator

Engage adults, provide learning experiences, and create connections to end gender-based violence in our communities. Work closely with businesses, faith-based organizations, and community partners to develop these opportunities. Educators inspire people to consider the root causes of gender-based violence and ask each person to join our work with their own unique skills and experiences. Every person can make our Upper Valley a more peaceful place, and educators share the information and tools they need to make that change happen. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Kate Rohdenburg, WISE Program Director

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