NCCASA is seeking a part-time Program Evaluator to create processes, tools, methodologies, and products for use in the evaluation, analysis, and reporting of all activities that fall under NCCASA’s Sexual Violence Prevention Program. This is an hourly position, with salary range of $32-$42 per hour, and does not include benefits.
Recently we celebrated a major legislative victory! Since 2017 the media has aggressively covered the case of the “consent loophole” and the tides have turned with the outcome of that reporting. We can now successfully say that NC is no longer the only state with a regressive law that says a person cannot legally withdraw […]
Join the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Shaw University’s Counseling Center and Fannie Lou Hamer Institute of Advocacy and Social Action for “A Day of the Black and Brown Girl”on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Shaw University, 118 East South Street, Raleigh, NC 27601. Open to all community leaders, parents, youth and allies, the […]
NCCASA is seeking a full-time Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist to provide training and technical assistance to specified communities, general public, allied professionals, and its membership. This is a full time, exempt position with salary range of $40,000-$45,000 and includes health, retirement, and leave benefits.
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault is looking for a Communications Intern to join our team! We request a minimum commitment of 15 hours a week, with up to 25 hours a week available. NCCASA is an equal opportunity agency and is committed to diversity. NCCASA does not discriminate based on ethnicity, creed, marital status, national […]
NCCASA was contacted by a survivor who has been working with attorneys, advocates, and academics to raise awareness and bring an end to a traumatic practice referred to as ‘court-ordered rape,’ or invasive gynecological exams that survivors of sexual assault are ordered to endure in the course of proceedings against their perpetrators. Villanova University Professor […]
NCCASA, with the assistance of local host, Hyde County Hotline, is pleased to offer a day-long training opportunity: Direct Services to Survivors of Human Trafficking. This training is designed to better prepare those coordinating and providing direct services to survivors of human trafficking, to include advocates, case managers, program directors, outreach specialists, mentors, and related program or […]
Loretta Ross is a Visiting Associate Professor in Women’s Studies at various colleges teaching “Reproductive Justice Theory and Practice” and “Race and Culture in the U.S.”. She started her career in the women’s movement in the 1970s, working at the D.C. Rape Crisis Center. She was a co-founder and the National Coordinator of the SisterSong […]
This year our theme – ‘Movement and Momentum: The Energy and Strategy to Push Us Forward – recognizes the vibrational shift in our social landscape following the explosion of campaigns such as #TimesUp and the #MeToo movement. We have momentum, but what does this mean for where the movement goes, and who it centers? What […]
NCCASA is now accepting SASP applications for the funding period of October 1, 2019-September 30, 2020! The purpose of SASP is to help support rape crisis centers and other nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations or tribal programs that provide core services, direct intervention, and related assistance to victims of sexual assault. Awards of up to $22,167 will […]