About Scarlet Hope
Scarlet Hope exists to share the hope and love of Jesus Christ with women who work in the adult entertainment industry. Through holistic care and gospel-centered career development, Scarlet Hope’s vision is to see every woman know her identity in Christ and follow after Jesus, making disciples who make disciples.
89% of women who work in adult entertainment want to leave the industry, but on average a woman will leave and return seven times before she leaves for good. To break that cycle, Scarlet Hope works to share the hope of the gospel with women and to give them the resources they need to make that change. With that goal in mind, Scarlet Hope has three main areas of ministry: Outreach, Career Development, and Operations.
- OUTREACH: Each Thursday, the Outreach team of Scarlet Hope staff and volunteers go to where women are working, bring them a hot meal, and show them friendship and the hope of the gospel. As Scarlet Hope builds relationships with women in the industry, they provide basic level needs such as food, clothing, case management, and spiritual and career development. The Outreach program is also expanding to include women working online, as well as women who are incarcerated in the prison system.
- CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Scarlet Hope’s Career Development Program is a 12-month program for women who have left the industry, where they can transition into a new career. The program includes classes in job skills, biblical studies, and life skills. Participants also receive mentoring, counseling, and case management. Real-world job skills training is provided through job site partners. The goal of the Career Development Program is to equip women to move into any career they desire.
- OPERATIONS: The Operations Department of Scarlet Hope facilitates all of the administrative needs of the ministry, including donor relations, communications, fundraising, facilities, human resources, organizing workgroups and volunteers, and other operational needs.
Role of Case Management Intern:
The Case Management Intern will work closely with the Case Manager to complete essential duties with both the Outreach and the Career Development team. She will assist with maintaining and initiating communication with resource partners, updating client records, and assisting in compiling resources for clients. This position is highly relational as well as research-driven. The intern will participate in training such as trauma-informed care, drug recovery, and discipleship, as well as assisting with yearly events such as the Women’s Tea
This role is for someone who is organized, a self-starter, competent in administrative skills, has excellent communication skills, empathetic, is passionate about restoring dignity to women, and willing to ask questions. This is a good role for someone who is interested in pursuing a career in non-profit work, ministry, missions, social work, case management, drug recovery, or mercy ministries.
Responsibilities of Case Management Intern:
- Maintain and update referrals list on a quarterly basis
- Research and reach out to new referral organizations
- Gather resources for clients in collaboration with the Case Manager
- Input case notes into online system
- Work the front desk, creating a welcoming environment for clients and visitors
- Assist with intakes of new clients
- Lead Career Development classes as needed
- Assist in the shared duties of all Scarlet Hope Staff and Interns, including sorting donations, cleaning facilities, service projects, working the front desk, and preparing for large Scarlet Hope functions such as the Women’s Tea or Gala.
- Have the opportunity to participate in Thursday night Outreach, either on the prayer team or the outreach team
*This position is for women only
The above description is 50% of the LTN program.
On average, LTN interns spend 25-30 hours per week at their internship, 15 hours per week serving their neighborhood and 15 hours per week on personal growth and development. To understand the LTN program, we recommend you view our program page.