3 people are interested
Outreach Intern (Virtual)
3 people are interested
Join our mission to provide underserved immigrants and refugees in our community with immigration benefits and naturalized citizenship! We pursue these goals by offering free tax services to lower-income immigrants. Not only can we help individuals maximize their returns, but our clients and their lawyers can use proof of paid taxes in immigration court as evidence of good moral character.
So, while the idea of just doing taxes might trigger a yawn :), we hope you see the positive impact of our services and are willing to help out as an outreach intern! Our outreach interns will be working under our Director of Marketing and Fundraising to develop relationships with local churches, organizations, and schools. After developing skills in e-mail campaigning and social media, we hope our outreach interns can take the chance to pursue their own initiative on behalf of The Dreamers' Tax Project.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please e-mail email@example.com with a resume or a short description of your skills and experiences. Please feel free to apply even if your skillset is not a perfect match. We are always happy to find a place for you. Speaking Spanish is a plus, but not necessary.
About Kwon's Dream
19900 NE 1ST STE 300 RM 3097, Bellevue, WA 98005, US
Anyone with a substantial presence in the United States is automatically considered a resident of the US. All residents, including those who are undocumented, are required to abide by federal tax laws. When applying for immigration benefits and/or naturalization, your eligibility will be affected by your tax history. Therefore, it is incredibly important for all residents, including resident aliens, to file their taxes, as it is often used as proof of good moral character. We aim to assist undocumented residents to pay these taxes to the IRS in an effort to help these individuals eventually gain the immigration benefits they need. Under the guidance of licensed accountants, we feel confident in our ability to help you out in any way we can.
The Dreamers' Tax Project is a nonprofit organization based in Washington committed to giving back to its community. As second-generation immigrants, founders Lora Kwon, Isha Mehta, and Akshita Kikkuru recognize the important role that immigrants play in the United States and wish to help these individuals make the best of their situation. Under the guidance of licensed accountants, we vow to help you to the best of our ability in any way possible. If you are interested in sponsoring The Dreamers' Tax Project or working with our organization in any way, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
September 9, 2021
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- Marketing Strategy & Planning
- Social Media / Blogging
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- 1-3 hours a week, flexible schedule