Child Development Program Supervisor
Position Summary: The Child Development Specialist has an important role at Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Inc. (BCAC) in providing management and structure for the support and nurturance of youth and families visiting the Center. This person will operate within the Family Advocacy Program to ensure that all youth and families who are receiving services at BCAC have a coordinated, trauma-informed response. The Child Development Specialist must be knowledgeable of child developmental norms and appropriate positive behavioral management techniques. This person must be organized, engaging, energetic, patient, and have excellent listening skills. This position requires the ability to handle multiple tasks, manage multiple youth at one time and be able to interact with all youth in a developmentally appropriate manner.

Interested? Check out the job description here: Child Development Program Supervisor Job Description



Special Project – Filmmaker

BCAC is looking for a film-savvy volunteer or intern to work on a short film project featuring our staff, partners and facility dog, Manny. You do not need to have professional skills but must know (or have the curiosity to learn) the basics of using a camera, story boarding, storytelling, directing and film editing. Must be flexible, friendly, and okay working around compassionate, dedicated dogs and humans.

Dates needed:
Flexible, but ideally during the month of August as needed during regular business hours (9am-5pm). Project should take approximately 20 hours.

How to apply:
Fill out this volunteer application and send us an email at or give us a call at 443-923-7024.



Family Advocacy interns  are responsible for providing services for children and families seen at Baltimore Child Abuse Center and participating as a member of a multidisciplinary team involving BCAC staff as well as staff from BCAC partner organizations, Child Protective Services, Baltimore City Police Department, and Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office.   Family Advocacy interns are the first point of contact for victims of child sexual abuse, trauma, and other adverse childhood experiences, and also their non-offending caregivers.

To apply for a Family Advocacy internship, complete this application and email it with your cover letter and resume to Denielle.

Bilingual speaking proficiency in Spanish/English are encouraged to apply.


Community Outreach & Education Intern

BCAC’s Community Outreach & Education (CO&E) Department is committed to providing education and training to our multi-disciplinary partners, Youth Serving professionals, and members of our community. In supporting the mission of BCAC, the CO&E Intern performs a critical role in researching local organizations for training opportunities, drafting outreach letters, tracking presentation data for the purpose of evaluating training feedback, reading and analyzing articles and documents, learning to give trainings and present material in innovative and engaging ways, and recommending improvements for future outreach.

Please send cover letter and resume to if interested.