News from San Diego, CA
Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in San Diego, CA, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.
Refugee youth celebrate graduation from Crawford High
Many of the students in Crawford High School's 2018 graduating class came to the US as refugees – meet some of the students who celebrated the completion of their high school careers
International Documentary Film Series
Join us for our 10th annual International Documentary Film Series. Each screening is followed by a Q&A discussion with an expert on the film’s subject area.
The Immigration Department provides citizenship classes at our El Cajon office. In this role, you would have the opportunity to assist clients in their road towards obtaining citizenship through critical behind the scenes administration support.
Volunteer Coordination Assistant
Learn how nonprofit management functions on an organizational level! With over 500 active volunteers, coordination is a crucial part of our work. Learn more here!
Sponsorship and Events Volunteer
The Sponsorship and Special Events Volunteer will support the development manager in seeking new and renewed sponsorship opportunities for and planning the logistics of the IRC’s annual fundraiser, A Taste of the IRC and provide support the day of the event.
Advocacy and Communications Volunteer
Have a passion for advocacy? The IRC is looking for a committed community member interested in empowering the voices of refugee and immigrant populations. Click here!
LET'S HIKE program connects youth with outdoors
As part of the LET'S HIKE program, City Heights youth recently completed the 5 Peak Challenge, climbing all five peaks in Mission Trails Regional Park in five days! The challenge marked the conclusion of a year-long program to get refugee youth outside and engaged with the natural environment.
El Cajon Front Desk Assistant
Be the first friendly face clients see as they check into our lobby!
Driver's licenses open new pathways to opportunity
Finding a job is the first order of business for most adults arriving in San Diego as refugees, but sometimes finding a way to get to work can be even more challenging than finding the job itself.
Couple realizes dream to open sweet shop
Nael and Manar left their business behind when they fled Iraq, last year they opened a new shop in Spring Valley.