The National Immigration Forum seeks a Communications Manager. This position helps coordinate and execute a proactive earned media plan nationally and in target markets; write, edit and disseminate op-eds, talking points, speeches and press releases; and help develop other promotional and social media content. The primary goals of the Communications Manager are to help increase the Forum’s media output, reach and effectiveness in working with reporters, bloggers, columnists and other opinion leaders. The ideal candidate will have exceptional writing and organizational skills, excellent judgement, knowledge of and familiarity with media outreach, and will be creative and a strategic thinker. Learn more about this position and how to apply here.
Policy and Advocacy Manager for Skills and Workforce Development
The National Immigration Forum seeks a Policy and Advocacy Manager for Skills and Workforce Development. This position will focus on the dynamic skills and workforce development issues pertaining to immigrants, including: improving immigrants’ English language acquisition and ensuring that immigrants have opportunities to gain skills, credentials, professional licensure and work experience in the U.S. This position is part of the Forum’s Policy and Advocacy Team. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.
Southeast Regional Mobilizer, Bibles, Badges & Business
The National Immigration Forum is retaining a Southeast Regional Mobilizer to coordinate specific constituencies. This contracted role focuses on organizing conservative and moderate faith, law enforcement, and business leaders in key regions within the Southeastern U.S. to engage in constructive conversations about and advocate for immigration reform. Specific states include Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.
The National Immigration Forum seeks a self-starting, full- or part-time Communications intern to assist our Communications team. The Communications intern works, in conjunction with the Communications team, on outreach to national, state and ethnic media as well as help implement social media and digital projects relating to immigration reform, naturalization, and other related topics. Full job description and how to apply here.
The National Immigration Forum seeks a self-starting, full- or part-time Development intern to assist our Development team. The Development intern helps manage our donor/funder relationships and systems. He/she will gain experience and insight on how a growing nonprofit organization secures the resources that allows it to pursue its mission. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.
Integration Programs Intern
The National Immigration Forum seeks a self-starting, full- or part-time Integration Programs Intern to assist our Integration Programs team for Fall 2017. New American Workforce, the National Immigration Forum’s integration program, works with businesses to assist their eligible immigrant employees with the citizenship process. The Integration Programs Intern will assist the Integration Programs team on a variety of projects to create, edit, and translate New American Workforce materials as needed for presentations, meetings and outreach and assisting with logistics for citizenship workshops and special events. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.
Policy and Advocacy Intern
The National Immigration Forum’s Policy Team is looking for interns for Spring 2017 and Summer 2017, to assist with research, analysis, drafting of written materials, and monitoring activities of the executive and legislative branches of government on immigration issues. View the full job description and instructions on how to apply here.
Policy and Advocacy – Skills and Workforce Development Intern
The National Immigration Forum’s Policy Team is hiring an intern to support our policy and advocacy – skills and workforce development activities. View the full job description and instructions on how to apply here.