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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.
- In-Processing Manager – Nairobi, Kenya
- Match Grant Case Manager – Miami, Florida
- Vocational Education Facilitator – part time – Lancaster, PA
- Digital Content Associate – Elkhart, Indiana
- Digital Marketing Associate – Elkhart, Indiana
- Information Technology Intern – Elkhart, IN
- Resource Developer – Miami, FL
- Volunteer – New York, NY
- Law Intern – New York, NY
- Caseworker – Nairobi, Kenya
- Internship Opportunities - Immigration and Refugee Program – Washington, D.C.
Employment Listings with Descriptions
This position manages the In-Processing Unit, which includes all non-field based USRAP in-processing activities including case creation and management of applicant security checks. The position works closely with the Out-Processing Manager, Field Team Coordinator, Data Integrity Coordinator and Deputy Director for Operations. »
To assist the Program Coordinator in the case management of the clients enrolled in the Match Grant Program. This position requires knowledge of case management and sponsorship development as it applies to Federal and State funded social services programs. »
The C/H Vocational Education Facilitator is responsible for providing outreach, vocational training, and case management to the Cuban and Haitian communities for the Adult Vocational Education for Employment (AVEE) Project as part of the CWS/Lancaster Employment Program. This position will promote the program and identify eligible clients for placement in the program as well as provide on-going vocational training and case management services for clients. »
As the new Digital Content Associate for Church World Service, you’ll take content crafted by our communications team and give it life and breadth online – publishing on our site and engaging around it in social media with our supporters, partners and others who are interested in making an impact in the world. »
As the new Digital Marketing Associate for Church World Service, you’ll collaborate on a variety of integrated fundraising efforts, bringing them to life through creative, relevant email messages, optimized and engaging landing pages, and other special projects on our websites – all as part of a broader effort to maximize our impact around the world. »
This position provides computer hardware and software, communication systems, data management systems, and web interface support for Church World Service. This includes e-mail administration, LAN administration, Intranet management and other similar functions. This position supports the local Elkhart offices as well as remote offices throughout the country. »
To articulate the mission of the CWS Miami Office and CWS at large to the South Florida Community with specific attention to local communities of faith and community based organizations. To provide opportunities for faith groups and community members to participate in the work of CWS South Florida Offices by sustaining a network of volunteers to assist the refugee and newcomers resettled through CWS South Florida Offices. »
Church World Service (CWS) in New York City seeks a volunteer to assist with outreach and administrative tasks such as filing, writing letters, calling clients, and other administrative tasks as assigned. S/he will also promote awareness of immigration legal issues and help increase CWS’ name recognition throughout NYC. S/he will distribute CWS/IRP materials, will identify, coordinate, and host immigration-related educational workshops, and will represent CWS/IRP at local community events. CWS/IRP attorneys will supervise and train the volunteer. »
Church World Service (CWS) in New York City seeks a law clerk to perform research on immigration law, conduct intake interviews and, if appropriate, complete immigration and naturalization related applications before USCIS. The law clerk will also promote awareness of immigration legal issues and to help increase CWS’ name recognition in Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The law clerk will distribute CWS materials, will identify, coordinate, and co-host immigration-related educational workshops, and will represent CWS at local community events. In addition, the law clerk will assist at naturalization workshops. CWS/IRP attorneys will supervise and train the intern. This internship will be compensated at $8.00 per hour. »
This position is primarily responsible for assisting eligible refugee applicants prepare the best possible case file for an interview with an Officer of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for final adjudication. »
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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