Are you fluent in a language other than English? Sign up to translate for AsylumConnect! Our translators help to ensure that our informational resources remain as accessible as possible. Sample translation assignments include: infographics, flyers, text on our catalog site, and additional text for our website. In this role, you will be asked to translate for us on an as needed basis. To apply to become a translator: please email your resume and a short paragraph explaining your interest to email@example.com.
Join AsylumConnect’s new Junior Board of young professionals. Members will help support and promote our mission, fundraise and build greater awareness for the first ever digital platform for LGBTQ asylum. We’re now accepting applications for the 2020 Junior Board.
We’re hiring for a Lead Developer (part-time)! This is an essential position and a fantastic opportunity for anyone with technical project management experience, excellent communication skills, and strong knowledge of web and mobile application development.
On one Saturday each month, a group of SVP volunteers get together to walk the streets and do outreach and recruitment. Apart from Saturday outreach, our teams of volunteers, students, interns and others help planning meetings, shooting videos, making phone calls, writing legal briefs, and doing all kinds of other stuff.
PCYP’s internship program provides interns with unique exposure to a wide-variety of cases, under careful and supportive supervision. Interns work closely with staff attorneys and clients on a range of cases, including name changes and updating identity documents, affirmative and defensive immigration applications (primarily Special Immigrant Juvenile, Asylum, U and T visas), public assistance advocacy, and prisoner’s rights.
Computer Science interns will gain hands-on experience using technology to empower activism and fight for civil rights. Interns will help S.T.O.P. educate the public on cutting edge technologies like facial recognition, machine learning, and neural networks. (An Undergraduate Opportunity)