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News from Turlock, CA

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

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Co-Sponsorship: Partner with IRC to welcome Refugees in Turlock Ca.

Co-Sponsorship defined: Be apart of welcoming refugees in Turlock, Ca!

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Immigration Intern or Volunteer in Turlock

Volunteers work with Immigration Program Caseworkers to directly assist clients with the processing and filing of applications for citizenship, lawful permanent residence, family reunification, and other immigration petitions necessary to receive legal residency in the United States and reunite family members. This position reports to the Immigration Coordinator and requires a minimum 8 hr/week commitment. Preference will be given to those who can commit a minimum of 15 hrs/week or more.

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IRC Northern California's Emergency Response Fund for new Afghan arrivals

IRC Northern California is opening up the Soft Landing Fund to directly support refugee families who have fled Afghanistan, and are resettling in the Northern California region. Funds will be available for families and individuals who are rebuilding their lives in our community.

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Update! Watch the October 7th webinar recording on IRC's Afghan Emergency Response in the US

Update! Watch the October 7th webinar recording on IRC's Afghan Emergency Response in the US

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Support Afghan evacuees and other new Americans

Many folks recently have been asking for ways to support Afghan evacuees and other survivors of conflict and persecution served by the IRC in Turlock/Modesto. Here is a list of ways to help.

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INTERNSHIP: Vocational ESL Support

Under the supervision and direction of the VESL Instructor, the Vocational ESL Intern will provide English instruction and vocational training to newly arrived refugees.

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INTERNSHIP: Financial Literacy Support

Under the supervision and direction of the Financial Coach, the Financial Literacy Intern will assist in the implementation of a multi-faceted program to expose newly arrived refugees and immigrants to basic financial literacy skills and develop economic self-sufficiency.

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INTERNSHIP: Volunteer and Donations Support

Under the supervision of the Volunteer and Donations Coordinator, the Volunteer and Donations Support Intern will assist with locating and organizing goods for refugees and planning and implementing events that benefit IRC clients.

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INTERNSHIP: Immigration Support

Under the supervision and direction of the Immigration Caseworker, the Immigration Support Intern will help immigrants attain residency and citizenship in the United States and promote civics outreach activities throughout the San Joaquin Valley.

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INTERNSHIP: Casework Support/Housing

Under the supervision of the Resettlement Manager, casework support interns provide services and guidance for newly arrived refugees and assist with locating housing for them.

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