Apply to Be a Coordinator for the Immigration and Labor Project
Apply now (new window) to become a student coordinator for the Immigration and Labor Project (ILP).
Student coordinators with the Immigration and Labor Project (ILP) organize, learn, and reflect in solidarity with community groups in DC supporting working and low-income immigrants. Our coordinators work closely with either the Limited Purpose Driver’s License Project (new window) or the workers rights clinic of the DC Employment Justice Center (new window).
Coordinators must be able to commit 6-10 hours per week to ILP, and the position pays $13 per hour. Coordinators are expected to attend regular meetings to discuss program logistics. Both Spanish speakers and non-Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply, although bilingual applicants will be prioritized in selection. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, but don’t forget to apply before the application deadline of January 17!