Family Tree Clinic

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Current open positions at Family Tree Clinic

Family Tree Clinic is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff. People of color, LGBTQ-identified individuals and those with Spanish or ASL fluency are strongly encouraged to apply.

*Pro-tip: When applying for jobs at Family Tree, or anywhere really, don’t assume one’s gender based on their name. It’s cool to address cover letters by first name only. Or use Mx. if you want to get formal.


The Provider (Nurse Practitioner/Certified Nurse Midwife/Physician Assistant) delivers Family Tree Clinic’s mission through patient-centered, identity affirming, and trauma-informed care. The provider works closely & collaboratively with others in the clinical team to provide health care that allows individuals to feel empowered to lead healthier lives and have access to comprehensive sexual health, minor illness care, and an informed consent model of gender-affirming hormone care.  Family Tree Clinic serves a diverse clientele including a high volume of uninsured and low-income individuals experiencing health disparities and disenfranchisement from the traditional health system. Please see the full job description here.

To apply for the Provider position, please email your cover letter and resume to Nyssa Krause (she/her), Clinic Director, at Applications received before May 31st will be given priority.

Summer Design Intern (10 hours per week/June-August)

Family Tree Clinic seeks a design intern to assist with executing our rebranding over the summer. We have recently developed new brand standards with the generous assistance of KNOCK. With our new brand designed, we are spending the summer implementing it in every aspect of our clinic. The design intern will gain experience in rebranding, creating design for nonprofit organizations, and nonprofit communications. Students will earn 3 credits and $15/hour. Must be able to work remotely.

To apply for the Design Intern position, please email resume, cover letter, and website link or 3 work samples to Alison Nowak, communications manager:

Deaf, Deafblind, and Hard of Hearing Community Education & Engagement Specialist

The Community Education and Engagement Specialist to the DDBHH is a passionate sexual and reproductive health educator and community engagement advocate with excellent proficiency in ASL and cultural competency working with Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, Hard of Hearing, and Late-Deafened community. This person will support the development and recruitment of listening sessions, community meetings, public speaking engagements, “It’s That Easy” parent classes and other community based engagement strategies including rapid testing for HIV. This person is responsible for providing one to one and group setting education on various sexual health topics including parenting as it relates to child sexual development and parent-child communication. This person will also work in the field of health advocacy, outreach, referrals and non-directive counseling to the DDBDDHHLD community. The Community Education and Engagement Specialist is a key team member working to further Family Tree’s mission, vision, and values through building partnerships with community organizations and providing presentations on healthy sexuality with diverse groups of DDBDDHHLD adults and youth in various settings. Please see the full job description here.

To apply for the Deaf, Deafblind, and Hard of Hearing Community and Engagement Specialist position, please submit a resume and cover letter to Bethany Gehman (pronouns: she/her/hers), DDBHH Services Director, via email:, or mail 1619 Dayton Ave, Suite 205, St. Paul, MN 55104. Email preferred. Position is open until filled.