SPRING 2016 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Internships with IRC in Phoenix are only available to individuals currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a higher education institution. The duration of each internship can vary from 3 months to 1 year, with a requested commitment of at least 15 hours/week. Start dates take place in the fall, spring, and summer.
Volunteer positions in similar capacities are available as well, if you are unable to meet the requested 15 hours/week request or are not associated with an educational institution. Please inquire to VolunteerPHX@rescue.org for more information.
The IRC in Phoenix is now accepting applications for the following internship positions (listed by program):
Development: Educating & connecting the community with the work of the IRC in Phoenix
Education: Empowering refugee youth through education
Adult Education: Equipping adults with tools necessary to successfully integrate & advance in the US through education
Employment: Assisting refugees in achieving self-sufficiency through gainful employment opportunities
Resettlement (Health): Connecting refugees with the essential healthcare they require & advocating on their behalf
Survivors of Torture: Holistically assist refugees who require acute attention as a result of past severe trauma
ALERT (Arizona League to End Regional Trafficking): Serving victims of human trafficking through community outreach & advocacy or through direct case management
Community & Economic Development: Assisting the flourishing of refugees in through various economic empowerment opportunities
-Microenterprise Program Internship
-Individual Development Accounts (IDA) Internship
-Childcare Microenterprise Internship
-New Roots Community Garden Internship
-Gila Farm Cooperative Internship
-Opportunity Passport Internship
The IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. IRC considers all applications on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability.