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Become a leader in the anti-trafficking movement!‏

An important message from the Polaris Project,

Dear Supporters,

Would you like to be in Washington D.C. from January to May? Are you looking for a great organization to contribute your time? Are you interested in getting involved in the fight against human trafficking? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions you should apply to Polaris Project’s nationally recognized Fellowship Program.

We are accepting applications for Spring 2010. Polaris Project’s Fellowship Program is a formalized leadership development effort focused on training future leaders to serve in the anti-trafficking movement.  Based out of Polaris Project’s Washington, DC headquarters office, the Fellowship Program is one of the premiere leadership development programs exclusively focused on the issue of human trafficking and on providing young adults with training and on-the-ground practical experiences in the anti-trafficking movement.  


For more information on how to apply please visit our fellowship page today. We will be accepting applications until January 4, so send yours in ASAP! There are still open positions in the Public Outreach and Communications department, Development, Operations and Nonprofit Management, and the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.

We look forward to receiving your application!

Johanna Olivas
Program Associate
Public Outreach and Communications