Outreach and Training Coordinator  

DVRP is looking for a proactive, creative, and compassionate individual determined to end gender violence. The Outreach and Training Coordinator assists with the implementation of the Community Outreach and the Training and Technical Assistance programs. The position requires a commitment to upholding a survivor-centered model and social justice approach to community engagement. Learn more about this position.

Executive Director 

DVRP is seeking an Executive Director who is committed, resourceful, innovative, and a team builder. S/he will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for DVRP’s staff, programs and execution of its mission. S/he will work with individuals from diverse cultural, linguistic, economic, education and professional backgrounds. We invite you to apply if you welcome opportunities and challenges, and believe in grassroots engagement and survivor empowerment in ending gender-based violence. Read the full job description.

To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to by October 27, 2017.


Interested in volunteering with DVRP? We are now recruiting for fall interns. Please send a cover letter and resume to, including the following information: why you’re interested in joining DVRP; how you would like to contribute to our mission; and how DVRP can help you gain the skills you would like for professional growth and experience.

Board of Directors 

DVRP is recruiting for Finance and Fundraising Committee Members for its Board of Directors. We would like candidates with at least 3-5 years of experience in any of the following fields: Fiscal Management/Accounting/ Nonprofit Finance; Non-Profit Administration; Development/Fundraising/Grant writing. Full Job Description for Board Members can be found here. To learn more, please email HR Committee Chair Katherine Shek at


Do you speak an Asian/Pacific Islander language? DVRP is always recruiting language advocates who can provide interpretation to survivors or through the hotline and translation of informational materials.  Language advocates who are interested in working with survivors will have to complete an advocates orientation.

DVRP is also actively recruiting community ambassadors who specialize in outreach and training. These volunteers assist in organizing cultural community gatherings to discuss healthy relationships.

Contact us to learn more.