Careers

Employment Opportunities

CAWC staff work hard to ensure that there is no more domestic violence in our world.

From counselor/advocates to assistants, from directors to grant writers, each staff
member has a personal reason for doing the work that they do.

As an employee of CAWC, you’ll join a workplace that celebrates diversity and continually strives to foster a positive and engaging work environment — where self care is valued so that one can provide quality service to others.

Volunteer with CAWC

We’re looking to train dedicated volunteers who are willing to share their talents in a wide variety of fields, including legal, financial, medical, educational, and others. 

Explore ways to volunteer

HCIP Northwestern Counselor/Advocate

We are currently seeking a full-time Counselor/Advocate for our Hospital Crisis Intervention Project at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to cmontgomery@cawc.org

Job Description

Greenhouse Shelter Counselor/Advocate

We are currently seeking a full-time Counselor/Advocates for the 3pm-11pm  shift at Greenhouse Shelter. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to klarkins@cawc.org

Job Description

Administrative Associate

We are currently seeking a full-time administrative associate to support our HPOP and admin office. To apply, visit here

Job Description

HPOP Coordinator/ Family Trauma Therapist

We are currently seeking a program coordinator and family trauma therapist for our Humboldt Park Outreach Program. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to klarkins@cawc.org

Job Description

Housing Specialist

We are currently seeking a full-time Housing Specialist to support CAWC clients seeking long-term housing. To apply, please email your resume & cover letter to klarkins@cawc.org

 Job Description

“Having someone listen to me is what helped me let go of my trauma, resentment, and the past. Today, I focus on the now.”

A survivor

Donate now to help directly

Your donations help us improve the lives of survivors and their children, every day.

Donate Now