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News from New York, NY

Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in New York, NY, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.

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New partnership supports IRC's littlest clients

The Brooklyn Diaper Project meets the unique needs of young families through sustained support.

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Welcome Spring 2021 Interns!

Welcoming New York & New Jersey's spring interns!

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U.S. Presidential Inauguration: What refugees and immigrants need to know

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is providing the following information for refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants about U.S. elections and the Presidential inauguration.

Volunteer

Refugee Youth Education Youth Tutor (Remote)

IRC volunteer Youth Tutors provide 1:1 tutoring, mainly consisting of homework help and English language development support for refugee and immigrant youth, K-12. Each tutor is responsible for submitting a case note regarding each of their tutees’ progress for each session of tutoring.

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Internship opportunities in NYC (Remote)

The internship program at the IRC in New York provides current or recent graduates, with hands-on experience in refugee resettlement and other areas.

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Resettling in NY during a pandemic

Local volunteers and communities are critical to successful resettlement, even more so during COVID-19

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Immigration in 2020

New York and New Jersey offer high quality and low-cost immigration legal services catered to the local communities IRC serves. Learn more about these critical services below.

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Reflecting on COVID-19 Response

An update on IRC's extraordinary summer in New York and New Jersey

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RYSA at home in NY

NY's 21st RYSA broke new ground in online learning as students prepared for new challenges this school year.

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IRC’s POWER Trains Dedicated Childcare Professionals

As New York and New Jersey reopen but childcare options remain limited, consider POWER graduates

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