For NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Students will assist the Systems Advocacy Coordinator (SAC) in three main areas: 1. Training 2.
Legislative and Policy Advocacy and 3. Technical assistance.
NC has approximately 92 local DV service providers across the state. The SAC provides training
for local programs, allied professionals, law enforcement etc. across the state on DV legal issues.
In addition, the SAC responds to technical assistance questions from the local programs related to
NCCADV is a private, non-profit organization which provides public policy advocacy, training, and
technical assistance to domestic violence service providers, survivors, allied professionals and the general
public throughout NC. Our mission is to create social change through the elimination of the institutional,
cultural and individual oppressions that contribute to domestic violence. NCCADV currently supports over
90 service providers across the state, which offer immediate services to ensure safety and access to available
resources. For more information, please visit www.nccadv.org.
Students will not need to have completed any particular course work nor be certified under tbe practice rule
as NCCADV does NOT provide any direct representation of DV survivors. The student should have a
demonstrated interest in the area of domestic violence, violence against women, or related topics.