Future Advocates Program
Welcome to the KNFTHC Future Advocates Program – a transformative, one-year paid internship opportunity that transcends age boundaries and seeks individuals passionate about making a lasting impact on their community. This unique initiative is designed for individuals aged 18 to 65 who are deeply connected to the community and aspire to become advocates for victims of violence.
Paid Hourly: We value your dedication and commitment. As part of the KNFTHC Future Advocates Program, participants will receive competitive hourly compensation for their valuable contributions.
Community-Centric Approach: Ideal applicants are those with a strong connection to the community they aim to serve. We believe that community ties foster empathy and understanding, crucial elements in advocating for victims of violence.
Guidance and Experience: Our program is crafted to provide a comprehensive learning experience. Participants will receive mentorship and guidance from seasoned professionals in the field, gaining practical insights into the dynamics of victim advocacy.
Age-Inclusive: At KNFTHC, we celebrate diversity and believe that advocates can emerge at any age. Whether you are starting your career or seeking a meaningful change, the Future Advocates Program welcomes individuals of all ages to contribute their unique perspectives and experiences.
Holistic Development: Beyond professional skills, the program emphasizes personal growth. Participants will have opportunities for training, workshops, and networking to enhance their advocacy skills and contribute meaningfully to the cause.
Begin your journey of making a meaningful impact today.
We Can Help!
Kaw Nation Family Trauma Healing Center: We empower trauma survivors and families through support, cultural healing, and community awareness, breaking the cycle of violence for a brighter future.
Call (580) 362-1098 to start
106 W. 7th Newkirk, OK 74647