The NHTRC hotline is staffed by a dynamic team of professionals with experience in the human trafficking field and related human rights arenas such as domestic violence and sexual assault, immigrant and refugee rights, labor rights, at-risk youth, international law, and conflict resolution. NHTRC Call Specialists also have experience in social work, law, mental health, training, and leadership development and have advanced degrees in their fields of expertise. Different members of the NHTRC team are fluent in Spanish, Russian, Korean & Gujarati.
Click here for a list of current employment opportunities.
The NHTRC offers opportunities for current students or recent graduates interested in working on the frontlines of the anti-trafficking movement. Click here to learn more about the Polaris Project Fellowship Program and the range of opportunities available.
"The NHTRC fellowship was a truly rewarding experience. The detailed organizational structure of the fellowship program and the incredibly knowledgeable staff invigorated my growing passion and deep admiration for the anti-human trafficking movement and significantly contributed to my personal and professional development."
- Spring 2010 NHTRC Fellow
Looking for volunteer opportunities with the NHTRC? Volunteers play a central role in the operation of any non-profit organization and the NHTRC has a variety of options available to volunteers interested in engaging with the national hotline. For more information, please visit our volunteer page for a description of opportunities.