- Enter data into Case Management Software (ETO) and other tracking systems - Work directly with Immigration Staff to assist with case follow-ups - Conduct research projects to assist with cases - Conduct research to assist with community outreach and other program development goals - Conduct administrative projects to support casework - LEARNING OBJECTIVES: - Intern will gain a deeper understanding of current U.S. Immigration systems - Intern will receive training and acquire knowledge of U.S. Immigration application - processes procedures, as well as eligibility requirements for various applications etc. - Intern will develop research skills and ability to concisely summarize findings for workplace use
This is a Spring 2024 internship with anticipated start time being January 8th, 2024.
Qualifications - Currently enrolled in an accredited Law School or Graduate Program; recently earned undergraduate degree. Prior volunteer experience with the IRC Immigration Department preferred - Attention to detail - Ability to take direction (written and oral) and to complete tasks independently - Must be punctual and dependable (regular attendance required); Minimum 15 hrs per week - Prior customer service experience and/or the ability to work well with others of varied backgrounds - Proficiency in a second language (especially Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, Cantonese, Dari, Farsi, - French, Karen, Khmer, Mandarin, Pashto, Spanish, Somali, Swahili, Urdu, or Vietnamese) - No driving requirement - In-person, hybrid, and fully remote positions available! - This position reports to the Senior Legal Representatives, Janet Nguyen and Mireya Zuniga