Apply to Be a Coordinator for the Immigration and Labor Project

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Apply now (new window) to become a student coordinator for the Immigration and Labor Project (ILP).
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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).
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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!
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