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Employers may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants or to re-verify current employees and may not limit or influence the choice of document presented for use on the Form I-9.
IMPORTANT: If the government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, CWS is required to provide you written instructions and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment.
- Incubation Lab Internship – New York, NY
- Receptionist – Elkhart, IN
- Resource Generation: Unpaid Summer Intern – New York, NY
- Regional Representative, Africa – Nairobi, Kenya
- Employment Specialist Part Time - Spanish – Lancaster, PA
- Intern - Climate Change & Accountable Governance – Washington DC
- Data Management Intern (up to 20 hrs/week for six months and then reviewed) – Elkhart, IN
- Accounting Assistant (Part-Time: 20 hours/week) – Lancaster, PA
- Volunteer Interpreter (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Legal Intern – New York, NY
- Research Assistant (Consultant)
- Internship Opportunities - Immigration and Refugee Program – Washington, D.C.
Employment Listings with Descriptions
Under this Internship Program, the Executive Vice President (EVP) will form an experiential learning environment that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. »
The Receptionist serves as a primary contact to visitors to the Service Center office by phone and in person. This person provides a variety of clerical support services for the Manager of Business Operations. »
If you are looking for real-world experience in a fundraising environment, CWS is offering an unpaid internship opportunity with its Immigration and Refugee Program in New York City. This position works primarily from the CWS Corporate Center (475 Riverside Drive, New York, New York 10115). »
The Regional Representative guides the development of CWS programming in the region to meet the goals of the CWS mission and strategic framework. The Regional Representative oversees and provides strategic direction to all CWS programming in Sub-Saharan Africa including, but not limited to refugee processing, and assistance, humanitarian response, and sustainable development. The Regional Representative develops new and nurtures existing CWS partnerships, and identifies opportunities for CWS program growth and expansion in the region. »
The Employment Specialist is responsible for providing employment assessment, job counseling, job placement, employment-related translation and interpretation services, and case management to eligible clients in the Employment Program of CWS/Lancaster. With the goal of self-sufficiency for each individual or family, the Employment Specialist works closely with clients, CWS Job Developer, and employers to remove barriers to employment and secure successful job placements. »
Our DC Office is a part of the Policy and Advocacy department which is looking for an intern to provide support to the Advocacy team that works on Climate Change, Human Rights and Accountable Governance in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
If you are a current undergraduate or post graduate student, seeking course credits or additional experience in Climate Change and/or Accountable Governance in a Policy and Advocacy environment, then this internship with CWS may be suitable.
The Data Management Intern will support the Data Management Director in various aspects of data management, constituent relationship management (CRM) and data analysis. The Data Management Intern will learn and use the CRM, donor and other databases while developing systems, standard operating procedures, and assisting end users to accomplish tasks. Knowledge of or interest in databases is a plus. This is a great opportunity for those looking for experience working with non-profit fundraising technology. »
Provide accounting and financial support for Lancaster, PA CWS Immigration and Refugee Program (IRP) office. »
As a Volunteer, you will assist CWS Legal Services in making contact with Limited English Proficient immigrants who are interested in attending immigration legal services clinics and events and receiving legal services. »
The intern has responsibility of providing immigration legal services to clients, under the supervision of the CWS/IRP New York Staff Attorney.
She/he conducts outreach to identify and engage clients; supports the Staff Attorney with her immigration caseload either by conducting research or writing memorandums of law. Under the supervision of the Staff Attorney, recruits volunteers who assist in running immigration legal clinics and citizenship group processing events. »
Church World Service is a not-for-profit, international humanitarian assistance organization comprised of 37 protestant denominations. The CWS Immigration and Refugee Program provides assistance to displaced persons abroad and works with the State Department and our 36 local offices and affiliates across the United States to resettle refugees fleeing persecution. The Washington, DC office of CWS advocates for improvements in humanitarian assistance funding, protection mechanisms, and the U.S. refugee resettlement program. CWS also advocates for humane, equitable immigration reform that prioritizes family unity and provides a pathway to citizenship for our undocumented community members. »
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