Careers at the IRC
From emergency response through post-conflict development work, in a great variety of roles around the world, the International Rescue Committee’s 8,000-plus staff is a force for humanity and hope. If you’re skilled and passionate, we’d like to add your energy to ours.
Careers at the IRC are as wide-ranging and far-reaching as our work. Encouraging staff development through promotion, transfer and rehire, the IRC nurtures long-term career paths and helps employees grow within the organization.
At any given moment, on any given day, all around the world, IRC staff members are restlessly and effectively working for the sake of the most vulnerable among us—to restore and renew hope, dignity and freedom.
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Cultural Orientation Intern
|Location:||US - MD - Baltimore|
|Employee Category:||Full Time|
BACKGROUND: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. At work in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home. Domestically, our 22 offices across the U.S. ensure new arrivals have food, shelter, and clothing, and work with refugees to help them gain self-sufficiency.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The Cultural Orientation Program is part of the IRC’s holistic and integrated approach to resettlement. The Cultural Orientation Program provides trainings to newly arrived refugees in order to foster a better understanding of their new environment and the services available to them in the Baltimore area. The Cultural Orientation Program Intern will assist the Cultural Orientation Coordinator in designing, developing, and delivering structured training sessions on topics such as financial management, housing, transportation, laws, healthcare, and safety in order to aid refugees on their journey towards self-sufficiency.
Reports to: Cultural Orientation Coordinator
Position: Unpaid Internship
Please apply using our online system. You can also prioritize your application by sending your resume, cover letter, and contact info for 2 references directly to the Volunteer Coordinator, Taylor.Jenkins@rescue.org , with the following information listed in the cover letter:
-internship(s) for which you wish to be considered (please provide a ranking of desired internships if you wish to be considered for multiple opportunities)
-projected start/end date (noting that we have a 3-month minimum for our internships)
-days and hours of availability during the work week (for example: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am-5pm)
-whether you have access to a car in which you would be willing to drive the refugees and asylees we serve
We look forward to reviewing your application!
IRC leading the way From Harm To Home.
IRC leading the way from harm to home.
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