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Sexual Violence: Program Development

This area includes resources to support the work of local, state, and national sexual assault programs regarding nonprofit management, personnel supervision and staff development, coalition-building, and practice standards and policies. Materials also explore the history, theories, and philosophies driving the work of the movement to end sexual violence.

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Updated 2012
This guidebook gives step-by-step instructions for organizations to create meaningful internship programs and apprenticeships. Includes a planning guide, instructions for implementation, best practices, evaluation forms, and more.
Authors: Campus Philly
July/August 2007
This article describes unique challenges to maintaining professional ethics in the supervisory process through a review of several social work supervision issues that may bring rise to uncomfortable, inappropriate, or potentially litigious situations.
Authors: Claudia J. Dewane
2007
This basic online guide provides management skills for new managers and supervisors. Topics covered include: core management skills, staffing, employee training, employee performance management, and personnel policies.
Authors: Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD
2007
Article includes information and links on various aspects of the development and management of volunteer programs including: staffing analysis, job/task descriptions, recruitment, screening, orientation and training, and supervision.
Authors: Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD
2007
This is a basic guide to all aspects of staffing from workforce planning to recruiting to retaining employees.
Authors: Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD
August 2005
One of the country's oldest shelters has opened a gender-neutral search for a new executive director and hired a man to run the organization in the interim. Some feminists call the move a violation of the founding principles to protect women.
Authors: Courtney E. Martin
October-December 2003
this article discusses the importance of work environment in the development of vicarious trauma problems for domestic and sexual violence workers.
Authors: Holly Bell, Shanti Kulkarni, and Lisa Dalton
2001
Attempts to recognize the unique experiences of anti-violence workers in Canada, promoting individual, equity, and organizational supports. This guidebook explores the response to vicarious trauma within certain communities and cultural groups.
Authors: Jan I. Richardson
2001
This article clearly defines trauma, PTSD, and secondary trauma and how secondary trauma affects those who work with traumatized clients.
Authors: Barbara Whitmer
Gives a brief discussion about what vicarious trauma is and how important it is that advocates/counselors be aware of it, recognize the warning signs, and take care of ourselves.
Authors: Terri S. Nelson