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Employment

NNEDV Job Openings

To apply for a job opening at the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), please send cover letter, resume and any additional materials requested in specific job postings via mail or email to

National Network to End Domestic Violence
(Job Title and/or Contact Name listed in the posting)
1325 Massachusetts Ave NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Email: employment [at] nnedv [dot] org

Current openings:

Transitional Housing Specialist
Grants and Development Specialist

NNEDV Internships

NNEDV offers volunteer, unpaid internships (both full- and part-time) during the spring, summer, and fall. We offer a modest commuting stipend. College credit can be arranged.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Current internship openings:

Other Employment Listings

NNEDV hosts job postings on its website for other domestic violence organizations across the country.  Job seekers should contact the organizations with job postings in this section directly.  NNEDV does not have additional information about the jobs posted and does not participate in the hiring process for these organizations.

Submit a Job Posting

Local, state and national domestic violence organizations are invited to submit job openings to appear on NNEDV’s website.  NNEDV will review and post job openings within one week of receiving the request, and reserves the right to deny or limit job postings.