- May-August 2017
- Interns should be able to work at least 20 hours a week to be considered an intern
- Days are flexible depending on student schedule and internship manager needs
- Assist Reception and Placement (R&P) case managers with client cases
- Facilitate the cultural reception and orientation of newly arrived refugees
- Help to secure furniture and set up apartments for new arrivals
- Assist with instruction and implementation of the Cultural Orientation Program
- Complete basic administrative tasks including filing and forms assistance
- Research appropriate resources for refugees and/or low-income families
- Assist in registering refugee children for school
- Help with outreach to the Manchester community and more
- Troubleshoot and problem solve case-related issues
- Pursuing an undergraduate degree at a community college or four- year program
- Driver’s license and insured transportation required
- Interest in international, refugee, and asylee issues
- Organized with attention to detail
- High-levels of discretion and maturity in dealing with confidential information
- Fluency in Arabic, French, Swahili, and Nepali desirable
- Travel to and from clients’ residences, community locations, and numerous office sites in the Manchester and Nashua area.
- Ability to lift 20 pounds
This is an unpaid internship. Eligible for course credit.
TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in your application which internship you are applying for and at which location.