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Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Los Angeles, CA, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.

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Immigration Volunteer

The Immigration Volunteer will support the Immigration Department in serving refugees and other immigrant members of the local community.

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Reception and Placement Volunteer

The Reception and Placement Volunteer will assist the Reception and Placement Caseworkers to resettle newly arrived refugees in Los Angeles.

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Financial Coaching Volunteer

The Financial Coaching Volunteer supports the Women's Economic Empowerment Program by working one on one with refugee, asylee, trafficking and other immigrant women to learn the basics of building a budget, opening a bank account, and other aspects of financial literacy. Spanish and Arabic speakers especially helpful!

Announcement

IRC LA Welcomes New AmeriCorps Member

IRC LA welcomes new AmeriCorps member to the Early Employment Program: Krista Lupas.

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IRC LA's Citizenship & Financial Capability Program Expands to LA County Libraries

IRC LA's popular Citizenship & Financial Capability Program is now available in West Covina!

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New Vocational ESL classes begin on October 17th

Our new Fall Session of Vocational ESL classes start on Tuesday, October 17th from 6pm - 8pm.

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Early Employment Volunteer

The Early Employment Volunteer will work with newly arrived refugees to assist them in securing their first job in America.

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GenR: LA Bikes For Refugees Volunteer Day

The GenR: LA leadership team led a fundraising campaign, which supported transportation costs, as well as the purchase of 10 brand new bicycles, which were distributed to the clients.

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Join Us! - Now Hiring Job Placement Americorps in Los Angeles

The IRC in Los Angeles accepting applications in our Economic Empowerment team for an Americorps Job Placement position.

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IRC Celebrates New U.S. Citizen

After two years of studying with the IRC, Rafaela Nunfio has finally become a U.S. citizen.

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