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Join our team and use your professional skills and experiences

to bring freedom, hope, and restoration to survivors of sexual exploitation. 



We accept internship applications on a rolling basis.

Red Oak interns are energetic and responsible individuals looking to use their skills to impact the world and gain valuable experience in the process.

In this role, you will be expected to help with our daily routines and procedures and assist staff in both critical and minor tasks.


Potential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Shadow multiple office positions and train in a variety of tasks

  • Update and post supervised social media and website content; respond to web correspondence, social media posts, and emails

  • Perform clerical duties, take memos, maintain files, transcribe audio files, and organize documents as needed

  • Assist in preparing information and research materials

  • Run general industry related errands

  • Manage databases and input information, data, and records

  • Assist with and attend organizational functions and networking events


  • Must be at least 18 years of age

  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office and Google Suite

  • Honesty and integrity to protect confidentiality

  • Must have a drivers license and reliable vehicle to drive

  • Self-directed and able to work without supervision

  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas

  • Flexibility to shift tasks as needed and directed by staff


Preferably Austin, TX though consideration will be given to applicants outside of Austin as well

Job Type

Flexible hours to be set according to applicant availability and current organizational need

Start Date

As we are always accepting applicants, the start date varies according to applicant availability and current organizational need


In general, internships are unpaid, with the potential to become paid staff according to intern's record of success and/or organizational need

Core Values & Expectations

  • We aim for excellence, professionalism, and best practice in all aspects of our organization, always evaluating and improving programs and processes in order to best serve our beneficiaries, staff, donors, and communities. 

  • We honor the dignity, privacy and agency of every individual and seek to honestly communicate the nuance involved in the issues of trafficking, abuse, and exploitation-- refusing to oversensationalize, oversimplify, or overshare. 

  • We prioritize sustainability of beneficiaries, staff, and programs-- encouraging independency and long-term development. 

  • Our founders are motivated by Christian faith and belief in God’s heart for justice and restoration, however we are inclusive and honoring of people of all faiths or no faith in all aspects of our work. 

  • We believe in the power of partnership, and seek to collaborate with a diverse group of stakeholders in order to combat the complex issues that cause human trafficking, abuse and exploitation, and provide holistic care to beneficiaries and communities. 

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