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HOPE, Inc.

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Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc. (HOPE, Inc.) is recruiting volunteers for a civil rights investigation (testing) project in Miami-Dade and Broward.

Testing is a controlled process for observing and reporting housing discrimination by volunteer investigators (testers) who pose as housing seekers.

Applicants must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Never have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving truth, veracity or honesty or of any felony
  • Have good observation and writing skills
  • Be able to donate approximately 4 to 6 hours for each test
  • Be punctual and have access to reliable transportation
  • Participate in an 8-hour training session which consists of a 4-hour class and a practice test lasting approximately 4 to 6 hours

Each test (practice or otherwise) is scheduled for a time that is convenient to the applicant or tester; but once an applicant or tester has made a commitment to a particular test schedule, the test must be completed.

Testers receive $65 - $100 for each completed test.

For application, location and training registration, please contact Daniel Howe at daniel@hopefhc.com . Please let us know if you require any assistance because of a disability.

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About HOPE, Inc.


11501 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33168, US

Mission Statement

HOPE Inc.'s mission is to fight housing discrimination in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties and to ensure equal housing opportunities throughout Florida.


HOPE, Inc., a leading civil rights organization, is looking for individuals to help further social and economic justice.

Overview: We are seeking people who have good oral and written communication skills and want to ensure fair & equal access to housing products and services.

This is flexible, assignment-based volunteer work involving civil rights investigations. Investigation assignments generally last a few hours, and participants are paid a $65 to $100 stipend for each assignment satisfactorily completed.

To receive more information from our staff, please email Daniel Howe at daniel@hopefhc.com

We are a private, non-profit organization with programs that address social & economic injustice and discrimination. We welcome you to learn more about us by visiting our website at https://hopefhc.com/

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11501 NW 2nd AvevueMiami, FL 33168



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  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 to 6 total hours per investigation on an as-needed basis
  • Never have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving truth, veracity or honesty or of any felony. Have good observation and writing skills. Be able to donate approximately 4 to 6 hours for each test Be punctual/Have access to reliable transportati

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