How you can help
The IIC always welcomes your generous support, whether consisting of donations or volunteer time to help sustain the program.
The Institute for Immigrant Concerns is constantly looking for motivated interns and volunteers. Specific jobs and information are listed below.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to
Instructs students in English emphasizing the acquisition of listening, speaking, reading, writing grammar and vocabulary acquisition
Create detailed, sequential lesson plans and semester syllabus
Maintain student records, attendance and test sheets
Perform administrative duties within required time frames
Experience with adult ESOL teaching (whether domestic or abroad)
Certificate strongly preferred
Intake and registration of new students.
Assisting with document preparation and mailings.
Answering phone calls from students regarding class times and scheduling.
Making appointments for ESOL testing.
Keeping organized lists of pertinent student information.
Bilingual in Spanish, French, Italian, Arabic, Polish, Portuguese and others
Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel etc.)
Attention to detail
Assisting the director with new government and foundation grant proposals.
Finding new applicable grants.
Tracking and reporting obligations relating to our grants.
Developing our private donor network, in concert with social media intern.
Excellent writing and communication skills
Good people skills
IIC welcomes your
The Institute for Immigrant Concerns is grateful for the many ways in which our friends, volunteers, staff and students support the program. Your gift— of any size — demonstrates your confidence in the Institute’s mission and allows us to continue our important work.
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The Institute for Immigrant Concerns
122 W 27th Street
New York, NY 10001
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