Open Positions

Business Outreach Consultant – Detroit
The Forum seeks to engage a part time Business Outreach Consultant to work on the New American Workforce in Detroit, MI. New American Workforce draws inspiration from Bethlehem Steel, which in 1915 was one of the first U.S. employers to provide free English language instruction to its immigrant workforce. Read the full description here.

Field Director
The National Immigration Forum seeks a motivated professional to support the Forum’s leadership role in further development and execution of a multi-constituency, multi-ethnic local/national strategy to pass policies that value immigrants and immigration to the nation. The right candidate is a creative self-starter with a penchant for building outside-the-box coalitions. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.

Policy and Advocacy Associate (or Manager)
The National Immigration Forum seeks a Policy and Advocacy Associate or Manager (depending on qualifications and experience) for Skills and Workforce Development. This position with the Policy and Advocacy Team is an exciting opportunity for a motivated, experienced professional to play a critical role in the development and execution of the Forum’s integration policy priorities. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.

Southeast Regional Organizer, Bibles, Badges & Business
The National Immigration Forum is retaining a Southeast Regional Organizer to coordinate specific constituencies. This contracted role focuses on organizing conservative and moderate faith, law enforcement, and business leaders in key states within the Southeastern U.S. to engage in constructive conversations about and advocate for immigration reform. Specific states include North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. Read the full description and how to apply, here.

Special Projects Assistant
The National Immigration Forum is looking for an organized, incredibly competent and creative go-getter that always figures out a way to get the job done and is interested in working for a fast-paced advocacy group. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.

Internships

Communications Intern
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. This often includes rapid responses to breaking news. Read the full job description and apply here.

Development Intern
The National Immigration Forum seeks a self-starting, full- or part-time Development intern for Spring/Summer 2015 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.

Policy and Advocacy Intern
The National Immigration Forum’s Policy Team is looking for interns to assist with research, analysis, drafting of written materials, and monitoring activities of the executive and legislative branches of government on immigration issues. Full job description and instruction on how to apply here.