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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


Mentoring survivors is not the same as counseling. Our prerequisites to mentor a survivor require that:

  • you are a citizen of the United States or Canada, and
  • you are a survivor of domestic violence or have previously worked with survivors and
  • you are as sure as possible that you are not currently experiencing an abusive relationship, and
  • you are not currently experiencing substance abuse issues, and
  • you have excellent written and oral communication skills or are at the very least confident that you can improve them quickly.
  • you have a professional background in leadership, finances, communication, or business. We are looking for mentors who can provide real life skills to our clients for a minimum of 6 months. The purpose of these skills will assist our clients in acclimating themselves back into society and empowering survivors to reach their financial success.
  • A mentor primarily leads by example; therefore, to be a great mentor, you must be willing to share your successes and mistakes with other survivors of domestic violence and abuse. (If you are not an open person, then mentoring may not be for you.


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