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

Announcement

Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!

Our AmeriCorps position for Intensive Case Management is still open!!

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Digital Literacy Teacher

The position is an opportunity for a technologically advanced person to share their skills with refugees eager to learn

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Medicine Garden Cultivator

The volunteer can cultivate for personal use, take home vegetables as available, and teach herbal medicine classes to participants.

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Employment Readiness Volunteer

The digital literacy volunteer will work closely with EEU staff to train clients that are recently hired, looking for their first jobs, or advancing in their careers.

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Garden Child Watch Volunteer

Volunteers to assist with childcare on the garden premises while parents attend a class in the same garden.

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Family Nutrition Access Volunteer

Seeking volunteers to support our maternal & child health program by helping new and soon-to-be mothers access healthy foods.

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Citizenship Day Fair Volunteers

The IRC will be assisting in processing naturalization applications, conducting mock United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) interviews, conducting 'Know Your Rights' information Sessions and voter registration on September 15th, 2018 8:30am-4:00pm.

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Financial Literacy Volunteer

Help provide financial literacy education to refugee families. Volunteers will assist the Economic Development program team to help refugees better understand and plan for responsible financial planning.

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ESL Tutor

The ESL Tutor volunteer will assist refugees in teaching English language skills.

Announcement

Work with the IRC Tucson: AmeriCorps Opportunities!!

The IRC in Tucson is currently recruiting three AmeriCorps members. We welcome members to join our Economic Empowerment Unit as a Job Training AmeriCorps, partner with our health and wellness staff as a Health Education AmeriCorps or work as an Intensive Case Management AmeriCorps to address barriers to health and wellness for refugee and asylee clients. Each position involves a one-year service term. AmeriCorps members receive an annual living stipend and upon completion of service, are eligible for an education award. Click on position titles below for full job descriptions and application instructions.

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