Citizenship Team: Application Assistance Volunteer
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
22 people are interested
The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy (MIRA) Coalition is looking for enthusiastic volunteers for our bi-monthly citizenship clinics. The citizenship process can be complicated and confusing. We make the process an easier one by offering support and free assistance to legal permanent residents who are eager to become US citizens.
As a volunteer you will work one-on-one with individuals to guide them through the citizenship application along with the support of MIRA staff. You will receive training, a breakfast and lunch!
This is a great opportunity for people interested in learning more about the immigration process, connecting with the immigrant population in Boston, or getting to know a well-established Boston non-profit.
Feel free to visit our website at: www.miracoalition.org
To register for an upcoming clinic, visit: http://miracoalition.org/citizenship-clinics
Or contact email@example.com with any questions
About Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
105 Chauncy Street, 9th Floor, Boston, MA 02111, US
MIRA succeeds in mobilizing community groups and immigrant leaders to speak out with one voice about issues that affect them. Combining capacity building, technical assistance, community education and policy advocacy with community organizing and civic participation, we are committed to fairness for immigrants and to sound public policies. With more than 130 organizational members, MIRA is a respected state and national leader on immigrant issues, and an authoritative source of information for policymakers, the media, and immigrant communities. The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA) is the only organization in Massachusetts that brings together groups serving immigrants and refugees from many parts of the world, of various nationalities, races, and ethnicities. MIRA is a dynamic, multi-ethnic, multi-racial coalition that actively involves hundreds of grassroots immigrant organizations, human services agencies, legal service providers, religious groups, and human rights groups in cooperative efforts to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees. MIRA's Major Programs and Activities: Working for Immigration Rights Promoting Equal Access to Benefits and Services Supporting Citizenship Advancing Civic Participation Furthering Community Education and Public Information
Non-profit organization, advocating for the rights of immigrants and refugees.
We'll work with your schedule.
105 Chauncy StreetSuite 901Boston, MA 02111
- Cross-cultural Communication
- Hatian / Creole
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 9:30-3:30PM on the day of clinic. Plus a training