Apply today for a hands-on internship in the field of immigrant & workers’ rights
CASE interns can earn academic credit while building a broader understanding of power, economy, and social movements.
CASE and our partners in the ONE Arizona coalition are coordinating the implementation of President Obama’s recent executive action for immigration relief. These programs are known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) which affects an estimated 136,000 Arizonans and 5 million U.S. residents. We are also working to encourage Long-Term Permanent Residents to become citizens by providing them application assistance and ESL and civics classes.
Our interns will have a diverse set of responsibilities and will participate in focused training with experienced staff for DACA, DAPA, and Citizenship (DDC) application assistance. Those responsibilities include:
- Phone banking, recruiting applicants, and inputting data for DDC assistance
- Surveying low-wage workers, students, and community members for DDC eligibility
- Preparing and organizing DDC documents
- Assisting people through the DDC process and following up with them
- Building community power and organization through empowering workshops
- Engaging new Americans in the political process to amplify the voices of working families
The following are requirements for interested interns:
- Passion for immigrants’ and working people’s rights
- Eagerness to learn and be part of a team
- Desire to take leadership and ownership of projects
- Consistent hourly and weekly commitment
- Bilingual (Spanish) strongly recommended
- Good communication and organizational skills
Apply for an internship today!
Send application & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-677-3833.