Career & Internship Opportunities
Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all persons, especially those who bring the benefits of diversity to the organization. Women, people of color and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
It is the Center's policy to operate and conduct business without discrimination or segregation because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability, except where there is a bona fide occupational qualification for the job tasks to be performed.
All qualified candidates are welcome to apply for available positions at Resource Center. The Center does not cover relocation expenses.
Resource Center offers non-paid internships through its volunteer program. Intern positions are available throughout the year depending on your area of focus and our needs. We accept internships that are part of a curriculum requirement with a project outline supervised by an instructor and staff member.
To fulfill an internship position you must submit a resume with an outline plan for a specific project. There is a minimum requirement of 16-hours per week for 10 weeks. Resumes are accepted two months prior to your start date. Submit your internship application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attending volunteer orientation training is required before starting your internship. Volunteer orientation classes are held monthly.
Embrey Human Rights Program at SMU
Resource Center offers internships for students in SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program. Intern positions are available throughout the year, depending on the student’s area of academic focus and the Center’s needs. Internship applications must be part of a curriculum requirement and have a project outline to be supervised by a faculty member and Center staffer. There is a minimum requirement of 16 hours a week for 10 weeks. Successful past projects have included: researching anti-bullying and nondiscrimination policies in public schools across North Texas, and comparing and contrasting partner benefits offered by governmental bodies in several states.
To fulfill an internship position, submit a resume with an outline for a specific project. Interns may also be needed to assist with specific Center programs and events in departments that may include Youth First, advocacy & development among others. Resumes are accepted prior to the start date, with some flexibility in certain instances. Attending volunteer orientation is required prior to starting the internship. Volunteer classes are held monthly.
Resource Center is a trusted leader that empowers the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities and all people affected by HIV through improving health and wellness, strengthening families and communities and providing transformative education and advocacy. Past Center interns have used the advocacy and research skills they honed to go to law school and obtain graduate degrees in education.
Below is a list of current open positions at Resource Center.
To apply for a position, send your resume, cover letter, references, and completed application to the email address listed with each job position. Any additional documents required for a particular position will be listed with the job ad. All responses must be made via email. No phone calls, please.
Download the Center's employment application here. (Microsoft Word file.)
The Center's Insurance Assistant Program (IAP) helps offset out-of-pocket expense by paying for premiums, deductibles and copays. Individuals participating in the IAP must meet certain income and situational qualifications.
The RWPM is responsible for establishing policies, procedures, strategies and tactics for the Ryan White Program. This position oversees all program requirements, will train and supervise all staff and supervisors with the overall requirement of meeting and exceeding minimal expectations of Ryan White requirements. Position is responsible for all program reporting.
Establishes and maintains an efficient case management process by determining patient eligibility, and by developing, implementing and monitoring individual treatment plans of care and communicating these plans to patients.
Young Gay/Bisexual Men’s Program Coordinator for the Fuse Mpowerment Project: Fuse is an HIV prevention/community-building program focused on gay and bisexual men. An energetic, team-oriented and committed individual is needed to implement the Fuse program in Dallas for young gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18 and 29.