CALL TO REGISTER: (408) 749-1856
About Project Sentinel
Project Sentinel is a nonprofit civil rights organization that serves Northern California and investigates allegations of housing discrimination through Fair Housing Testing. Fair Housing Testers expose discrimination by posing as prospective tenants by phone or in person and reporting on their experience.
Who can be a Tester?
All are welcome to apply. To qualify, individuals must:
- Attend a tester training and complete a practice test.
- Pass a criminal history check.
- Be reliable and committed to civil rights.
- Be able to write and submit objective reports within 24 hours of completing a test.
People with fluency in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Tagalog, Hindi, Hmong, Farsi, and Russian are encouraged to apply.
Do Testers get paid?
Testers are used when needed and earn a stipend. Stipends are typically $15 to $25 for a phone/email test and $20 to $55 for an in-person test, plus mileage and expense reimbursements.
How Do I Sign Up?
For more information about fair housing testing, or to sign up for an upcoming tester training, contact email@example.com or (408) 749-1856.
To request alternate formats to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or TTY 7-1-1.
- Basic Computer Skills
- People Skills
- Reading / Writing
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Critical Thinking
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training