We are currently seeking dedicated and qualified candidates who have a passion for helping America’s youth for the following positions:


The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) offers internships for undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a career in a variety of fields such as psychology, sociology, social work, counseling, and human development, non-profit management, marketing and prevention. Interns will gain experience in delivering direct crisis services and with working on projects related to training, outreach, social media and prevention programs. Click here to learn more about our internship program.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Lee Osipchak, Training and Education Manager, losipchak@1800RUNAWAY.org for consideration.  Please include in the cover letter the following information; current school/program, school’s internship requirements, indicate interest in summer or academic year internship, and your internship availability (days and time).

Work Study

NRS can be excellent training or learning environment for those interested in pursuing a career in social service. Depending on the requirements of your school for work-study programs, you could qualify to be a part of our frontline team. Participants must possess and demonstrate empathy, self-regulation, and good social skills.  Although the schedule is flexible, must be able to work some evenings and weekends.  $13 per hour.  Submit resume and school-authorized work-study award amount to volunteer coordinator at volunteer@1800RUNAWAY.org. No phone calls, please.

The National Runaway Safeline is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all applicants for positions without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, citizenship, veteran/reserve/national guard status, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religious creed, or medical condition or any other similarly protected status. We also comply with all applicable laws governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of unlawful criteria.


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