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Are you interested in being a part of a Research and Development team that focuses on bringing light to the topic of sexual violence? Are you interested in learning how art can change communities and transform the world? If both of these answers are yes then you sound like a perfect fit for our Research and Development team!

Description of opportunity:

-Using online search engines and geographical location data identify resources within the community for survivors and reproductive care

-Distinguish which resources are fully confidential versus resources that require the individual to share personal information

-Place information into the database along with the axioms of confidentiality and geographical locale

-Double-check database information by calling and updating resources as needed

Desired skill set:

-A mindset of precision

-Interest in community mapping and best practices within the field

-Ability to manage and input into databases

-Ability to double-check all resources prior to submission for resource map generation

-Ability to make phone calls or follow up with service providers to confirm services and contact

6 More opportunities with RESILIENCE PROJECT



Po box 2693, TUCSON, AZ 85702, US

Mission Statement

The Resilience Project uses art to invigorate a sense of Triumph in individuals who identify as Survivors of sexual assault. It is our sincere hope to create change in the community through our scholarship and art programs. We hope to encourage the presence of diverse services directed to the prevention of sexual assault, as well as celebrate the many ways that survivors are persistent after their trauma.


  • To provide roadmaps and resources to survivors after trauma.

  • Create healing communities through art in particular mural based art

  • Use the attention this scholarship program garners to promote advancements for campus survivors in our community

  • Campaign for the institutional funding of Survivor support services in institutions of higher learning.

  • Celebrate the many ways that survivors are persistent after their trauma

  • Give special attention to the determination and help it takes to graduate after a campus sexual assault

Advocacy & Human Rights
Arts & Culture


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Market Research
  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Content Management Systems
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management




  • Must be at least 18
  • 3=8 Hours per week (min)

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