To apply please send your resume and attached application to

Part-time Educator


Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island, Norfolk

Iowa: Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Algona, Marshalltown, Ames, Des Moines, Mason City


The Set Me Free Project began in 2015 after much training, research, and education on the evils of human trafficking. The mission of The Set Me Free Project is to bring prevention education to youth and families to stop trafficking before it starts. Our desire is to reach as many facets of the community and as many people as possible for the protection of those vulnerable to traffickers.

Are you comfortable speaking in front of others? Do you have the gift of bringing people into discussions and holding their attention? Would you like to empower youth by teaching them to protect themselves from trafficking? Would you like to equip the adults in children’s lives to better guide and protect them? If so, we want you on our team!

Our Educators are responsible for carrying out the mission of The Set Me Free Project. They accomplish the very aspect of our work which defines why we exist as an organization. 

Ideal candidates are comfortable speaking in front of an audience, don’t take themselves too seriously, and are able to read an audience and adjust speaking style, if necessary, for the benefit of audience members.

While we do our best to accommodate our educators’ preferences, travel is sometimes required. Mileage is reimbursed, and meal and gasoline expenses are covered. In the rare instance a hotel is needed, The Set Me Free Project will book a hotel room and cover the expense.

We speak on a variety of topics using separate curricula, which have been used to educate various types of audiences. We facilitate presentations in a classroom setting (preferred) or in larger groups, assembly style, when requested. While we strive to place our educators in the place of their strength, we do ask they be willing to speak to all age groups and give each type of presentation we offer, when necessary.

Presentations Offered

  • Elementary School Students

  1. Empathy and Responsibility

  2. Social Media Safety


  • Middle School Students

  1. Sex Trafficking

  2. Social Media Deep Dive

  3. How Media Portrays Us

  4. Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence Session

  5. Healthy Relationships & Value

  • High School Students

  1. Sex Trafficking

  2. Social Media Safety

  3. How Media Portrays Us

  4. Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence

  5. Healthy Relationships & Value

  • Adults

  1. Sex Trafficking – Presentations are available for communities; parents; educators; health care, financial, and social services professionals; and more.

  2. Social Media Safety


Key Responsibilities

  • Communicate with the scheduling assistant to assist in creating your speaking schedule

  • Educate youth and/or community members on the dangers of human trafficking and empower them to protect themselves

  • Learn and understand the various presentations we offer and effectively communicate details to those who ask

  • Direct speaking requests received while working to the scheduling assistant

  • Perform research to stay updated on the industries of sex-trafficking and social media

  • Travel as needed

Skills and Requirements

  • Proficient in basic computer skills

  • Excellent verbal communication skills

  • Experience with public speaking

  • Ability to navigate audience questions and/or concerns in a respectful manner

  • Ability to maintain composure while going “off topic” and/or changing teaching style, if needed, to bring audience members to an understanding of the material


  • Flexible hours

  • Ability to choose or decline travel, when, and as often as, possible

  • Travel and meal expenses covered / reimbursed for long distance presentations

  • Two-week furlough (end of December to beginning of January)

Please email application, cover letter, and resume to

We are a drug free workplace, and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

*This job description reflects The Set Me Free Project’s best effort to describe the essential functions and qualifications of this position. It is neither an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or qualifications, nor is it a contract.

Educator Eligibility Criteria


To become a The Set Me Free Project Educator, you must fulfill all the following:

  • Be 18 years of age

  • Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent

  • Be a citizen of the United States or have proper visa documentation

  • Demonstrate a desire to participate in the program and abide by The Set Me Free Project’s guidelines, policies, and procedures

  • Give permission for The Set Me Free Project to conduct periodic criminal background checks and child/adult abuse inquiries during employment.

  • Give permission for The Set Me Free Project to conduct random drug tests during employment.

Not eligible to educate if you:

  • Have an open warrant for a felony or misdemeanor offense.

  • Are currently under indictment.

  • Have any felony convictions for a crime involving violence, terroristic threats, weapons, sexual offenses, crimes against nature or any felony relating to the welfare of a child.

  • Have any other felony charge under 10 years ago.

  • Have a serious misdemeanor conviction involving violence, theft, drugs, terroristic threats, crimes against nature, weapons, any misdemeanor relating to the welfare of a child in the last 10 years.

  • Have a record of child abuse or neglect.

  • Have a conviction for which you have not yet completed court-ordered disposition (you will need to request court documents showing the completion of these necessary things): still on probation, unfinished community service, unpaid fines.

  • Have been charged with Driving Under the Influence of alcohol in the last 3 years.

  • Have more than one charge of Driving Under the Influence. May be eligible if there have been no alcohol-related charges in the last 10 years.

  • License currently suspended or revoked for any reason

  • Have more than one conviction of Driving Under Suspension or without a license.

You may provide an explanation of the following offenses to determine educator eligibility:

  • A police record indicating a minor misdemeanor offense or infraction offense.

  • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol over 3 years ago

  • More than one charge of Driving Under the Influence if both charges are over 10 years old.

  • More than one Non-driving alcohol-related offense over 3 years old.

  • One alcohol-related charge in the last 3 years.

  • A serious misdemeanor conviction if the incident occurred more than 10 years ago including assault, fighting, weapons, drugs.

  • Obstruction of justice in any way including obstruct an officer, obstruct law, resisting arrest.

  • Theft of any kind including theft by deception, theft of services, theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting.

  • Any other misdemeanor conviction that constitutes moral turpitude including: possession or use of drugs or drug paraphernalia, public intoxication

  • Motor vehicle offenses including: a consistent pattern of numerous violations in the past, but license not currently suspended or revoked, consistent convictions of no insurance or no proof of financial responsibility.

  • Felony conviction if the incident occurred more than 10 years prior to the date of application.

****If you feel any of aforementioned offenses pertain to you, you may provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances surrounding the incident and any action taken after the incident where prompted later in the application. Please note that confidentiality of your information will be strictly maintained. 

AmeriCorps VISTA: Data Analyst Coordinator
The Set Me Free Project's Mission is to provide prevention education to youth and families so that traffickers lose their power. The Set Me Free Project offers prevention education to eradicate sex trafficking. The project empowers youth and young adults by teaching them to value themselves and give them the tools to help protect them from the evils of trafficking. The Data Analyst Coordinator's responsibilities will be to create a data collection and analysis system, effectively input and analyze data from presentations and surveys, and perform research, and generate needed reports. Create a new data management system to track client surveys and presentation data. Migrate past data into the system and input new data as it becomes available. 
Member Duties : Use statistical methods to analyze data and generate useful reports Perform research as requested by CEO, department directors, and grant writer Work with CEO to create a prioritized list of needs for the organization based on data analysis Work with CEO, department directors, and grant writer to outline the specific data needs for each analysis project Collaborate with community members who capture data to come up with new ways our current data collection can be utilized for the betterment of the state and/or nation Learn current donor management system and work with leadership to implement changes to the system or create a new system Connect with donors to steward relationships with the organization Follow up with staff after events to collect new donor information and input data into a new system
This is an Americorp VISTA position. If you are not familiar with that, please see the following link:
To learn more about the AmeriCorps program, visit their website here.
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Nebraska Office (402) 521-3080

Iowa Office (515) 612-9300 

11620 M Circle, Omaha, Nebraska 68137


The Set Me Free Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.

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