In pursuit of happiness, freedom & safety 

Join Our Team.

  • All listed positions are unpaid. 

  • All positions are virtual/remote  – we are looking for self-starters and commitment!

  • Everyone is welcome to apply! Passionate students, experienced professionals, LGBTQ advocates, and immigration activists are all encouraged to apply. 

  • For director and associate positions, preference is given to candidates who currently live in the U.S. (We encourage candidates living outside of the U.S. to consider our translator positions. Scroll down to the bottom of this page for details on becoming a translator for us.)

  • Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • All open director and associate positions can be viewed below.


 

DIRECTOR POSITIONS 

join asylumconnect’s LEADERSHIP team! 

As an AsylumConnect director, you'll be able to truly make a difference in the lives of LGBTQ asylum seekers in the U.S., and your voice will matter in our organization. Together, we will shape the future and vision of AsylumConnect. 

We're looking for individuals who are passionate about AsylumConnect's mission. Our directors have a deep understanding and appreciation for the impact of our resource catalog, and a dedication to ensuring that it reaches its full potential. 

ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON OUR DIRECTOR POSITIONS:

  • The following director positions are for immediate hire (exact start date negotiable) and require a minimum commitment of at least 1 year. (*Preference will be given to candidates who are genuinely interested in remaining on our leadership team for multiple 1-year terms.)

  • All directors will report to the Executive Director and come with the chance to lead associate positions.

  • All directors are expected to attend monthly director meetings (via video call).

  • All directors will receive a personalized AsylumConnect Gmail account.

  • All directors are expected to work collaboratively with teammates and do their best to prioritize AsylumConnect-related correspondence (i.e. Slack, email, video calls, etc.).

See our open director positions below for more information. (Click to expand.)

Ready to apply? Here's the application.

 
 

+ Director of Marketing & PR

We're looking for someone who is passionate about increasing awareness for our cause and organization, and growing our user base. In this role, you will own our user acquisition strategy, researching and implementing new strategies to help ensure both LGBTQ asylum seekers and relevant service providers across the country are aware of our lifesaving informational resource. You will also help to run the day-to-day of our online marketing accounts including Google AdWords, and MailChimp email account. And you will own our PR and media strategy, identifying and pitching reporters to ensure widespread awareness of both AsylumConnect and LGBTQ asylum seekers. This is an exciting, fast-paced and multi-faceted position. As our Director of Marketing & PR, you will have the unique opportunity to hone your user acquisition, digital marketing and PR/media relations skills while helping us to raise much-needed awareness for both our cause and organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Executive Director.

User acquisition strategy

  • Your highest priority will be applying your marketing knowledge/frameworks to lead our effort to research and implement new strategies designed to help grow our user base.
  • This may include:
    • Explore marketing opportunities at U.S. & Canadian points of entry
    • Reach out to related websites to secure online link referrals to our catalog site
    • Revamp our Google AdWords presence (add new locations + keywords, oversee our monthly budget, etc.)
    • Identify additional ways to improve our SEO
    • Research additional print/online advertisers & place ads; work with our Creative Director on design of ads

Monitor day-to-day operations of our key online advertising tools

  • Monitor AsylumConnect’s Google AdWords account (e.g. oversee budgeting, add/editing keywords + locations, serve as the primary point person for any pro bono AdWords consultations).
  • Monitor AsylumConnect’s MailChimp email account (e.g. create content for biweekly or monthly e-newsletters, evaluate success of email campaigns).

PR & media relations

  • Draft press releases and media lists, and pitch reporters.

Social media

  • Oversee our Social Media Manager associate to ensure our social media channels. (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn) all remain active, informative, and in line with our organizational voice.
  • Help us to increase our followings across social platforms.

Branding

  • Work with our leadership team to develop a strong, consistent, and memorable message across all of our online platforms.

Leadership

  • Directly oversee/manage assigned associate position(s), including: Social Media Manager, Blogger and Marketing Manager.

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following area(s): user acquisition research/strategy, marketing, online advertising, PR/media relations, social media.
  • Strong research and project management skills.
  • Innovative vision for possible marketing campaigns to increase awareness for our cause and organization.
  • Ability to clearly articulate the mission and significance of AsylumConnect across online platforms.
  • Ability to pitch AsylumConnect to reporters and journalists.
  • Superior written and oral English language skills.
  • Creative, passionate, reliable, and self-motivated.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and meet deadlines.
  • Bonus(es): Experience with Google AdWords & Analytics, PPC ads, social media advertising (Facebook Ads, Twitter Ads, etc.), MailChimp or related email marketing service, implementing SEO strategies, video creation/production ability.

+ Director of Development

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of AsylumConnect’s fundraising including, the annual Giving Club, individual donations, private and public grants, corporate partners, and special events. The Director of Development works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Report (and work closely with) the Executive Director.
  • Supervise and collaborate with other fundraising staff, such as: Assistant Director of Development, Fundraising Manager associate(s).
  • Lead the effort to identify all possible sources of funding for AsylumConnect.
  • Partner with the Executive Director and the Director of Finance on the creation and implementation of a comprehensive annual fundraising plan.
  • Work to raise sufficient funding to hire AsylumConnect’s first paid full-time staff.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with donors, foundations, and corporate partners.
  • Cultivate a portfolio of priority donor relationships.
  • Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them.
  • Grow the annual Giving Club program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Oversee grant seeking including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
  • Oversee prospect research.
  • Make public appearances/accept speaking engagements to share information about AsylumConnect with the community.
  • Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Maintain gift recognition programs.
  • Staff board development meetings as needed.
  • Perform other related duties as requested.

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree. Graduate degree (e.g. M.B.A., J.D., M.S.) preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal and grant writing skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to the nonprofit sector.
  • Senior nonprofit fundraising experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience with online communication tools (e.g. G Suite, Slack, Zoom, Asana Project Management).
  • Experience leading in a remote environment preferred.
  • Experience with volunteer management preferred.
  • Willingness to make a minimum 2-year commitment to this role.

+ Assistant Director of Development

The Assistant Director of Development is responsible for supporting the Director of Development in planning, organizing, and directing all of AsylumConnect’s fundraising including: the annual Giving Club, individual donations, private and public grants, corporate partners, and special events. The Assistant Director of Development works closely with the Director of Development and Executive Director in all development and fundraising endeavors.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Development.
  • Help lead the effort to identify all possible sources of funding for AsylumConnect.
  • Work to raise sufficient funding to hire AsylumConnect’s first paid full-time staff.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with donors, foundations, and corporate partners.
  • Cultivate a portfolio of priority donor relationships.
  • Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them.
  • Grow the annual Giving Club program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Assist with grant seeking including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
  • Assist with prospect research.
  • Help to oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Maintain gift recognition programs.
  • Perform other fundraising related duties as requested.

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree.
  • Strong interpersonal and grant writing skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to the nonprofit sector.
  • Nonprofit fundraising experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience with online communication tools (e.g. G Suite, Slack, Zoom, Asana Project Management).
  • Experience leading in a remote environment preferred.
  • Experience with volunteer management preferred.

+ Assistant Director of Data Management

Working closely with our Senior Director of Data Management, the Assistant Director of Data Management will play a pivotal role in our organization as one of the department heads for our main service: the AsylumConnect catalog. In this role, you will help to ensure the continued quality and growth of the first ever online resource catalog for LGBTQ asylum seekers in the United States. You will directly oversee the data collection and resource verification process for our catalog. You will help to conduct both front-end and back-end audits of our resource catalog to ensure high quality data, and help to enable our catalog to scale. We’re looking for someone who loves working with data and is excited about taking on a leadership role. If you're reliable, driven, detail-oriented, and most of all, passionate about helping to ensure that the AsylumConnect catalog reaches its full potential this is the position for you.

Responsibilities:

  • Report directly to (and work closely with) the Senior Director of Data Management and President.
  • Assist the Senior Director of Data Management with onboarding and training of new Data Manager associates.
  • Oversee, lead, and actively contribute to the overall growth of the AsylumConnect catalog; work with the Senior Director of Data Management and Data Manager associate(s) to organize and coordinate the research, verification and uploading of new resources to our database.
  • Serve as one of the primary points of contact for the AsylumConnect catalog.
  • Devote a significant amount of time to personally help build the catalog by researching, verifying, and uploading resources to our data portal.
  • Ensure that all Data Manager associates are completing their assignments in a timely manner. Update data collection and resource verification protocols as needed.
  • Oversee all existing on-the-ground catalog operations as well as expansion into additional cities across the United States.
  • Lead data collection (both quantitative and qualitative) and assist with the creation of detailed case study reports of our catalog's progress.
  • Work with the Director of Marketing & Publicity and other relevant AC teammates to promote the catalog so that people will contribute resources and so that asylum seekers and service providers can find it.
  • Help to explain and answer any questions about the catalog to advisors, team members, asylum seekers, service providers, outside contributors, media, potential partners and donors, etc.
  • Directly oversee and manage a team of Data Manager associates to help achieve major catalog-related objectives.

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following area(s): database management, data collection and analysis, research, statistics.
  • Willingness and ability to prioritize AsylumConnect.
  • Comfortable in a major leadership role.
  • Superior understanding of the AsylumConnect catalog and vision for catalog development.
  • Excellent written and oral English language skills.
  • Ability to collect and analyze both quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Working skill set in Excel, and/or Squarespace, HTML, CSS, WordPress or other content management system(s).
  • You are technical, data-driven, and meticulous.
  • Bonus(es): Extensive experience working with data, knowledge of analysis software (SPSS, SAS), prior experience working with vulnerable populations.
 

 

ASSOCIATE POSITIONS

Associates work directly with the associated AsylumConnect director and are invaluable to the continued growth of our organization. Our associate positions allow individuals with specialized skill sets to make a meaningful contribution to AsylumConnect while making less of a time commitment than director positions. 

ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON OUR ASSOCIATE POSITIONS:

  • All associate positions listed below are for immediate hire. All associate positions will be reassessed in one year after the start date and offer a chance of renewal upon satisfactory completion.

  • All associates report directly to the associated AsylumConnect supervising director.

See our open associate positions below for more information. (Click to expand.)

Ready to apply? Here's the application.

 
 

+ Social Media Manager

We are recruiting for a reliable, creative Social Media Manager. As AsylumConnect's Social Media Manager, you will grow our presence across social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.). This position offers an exciting opportunity to hone your social media skills while playing a key role in our organizational branding and advocacy work.

Responsibilities include:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Marketing and Publicity.
  • Regularly update and monitor AsylumConnect's social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube). Promptly respond to any comments on our posts.
  • Work to grow our following across social platforms.
  • Follow news and social media accounts related to LGBTQ asylum seekers/asylees, global LGBTQ rights, immigration advocacy, etc.
  • Work with teammates to brainstorm and launch innovative creative multimedia campaigns using social media (Facebook Ads, Twitter Ads, etc.). Work with the President, the Director of Fundraising, and related directors/associates on advertising any future online fundraising campaigns.
  • Actively stay up-to-date on AsylumConnect's activities and growth.

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following areas: social media, communications, journalism, marketing, public relations, computer science.
  • Extensive experience and comfortable using social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube).
  • Advanced computer, research, and writing skills (e.g. the ability to write effective copy in different styles depending on the social platform).
  • Superior written English language skills.
  • Enthusiasm for raising awareness for our cause and organization.
  • Bonus(es): Familiarity with any of the following: Social media management tools (Hootsuite, Buffer, etc.); Paid social media advertising (Facebook Ads, "Boosted" Facebook posts, Twitter Ads, etc.); Knowledge of writing for search engine optimization (SEO); Social media analytics and tracking/reporting key metrics over time.

+ Policy & Research Associate (U.S.)

We’re looking for an experienced immigration attorney to help keep our team apprised of changes in U.S. immigration law and policy. In this role, you will monitor for changes in U.S. asylum policy, update the content for our existing U.S. asylum legal guides (as needed) and create content for new legal guides, and help us to evaluate our legal subcategories on our U.S. resource catalog. This is a fast-paced, research-oriented position with the opportunity to help ensure LGBTQ asylum seekers always know their legal rights.

Responsibilities include:

  • Monitor shifts in U.S. asylum policies.
  • Efficiently update the content of AsylumConnect’s U.S. legal guides (as needed).
  • Draft content for additional legal guides addressing new topics for U.S. users.
  • Help keep legal resource categories on the U.S. resource catalog as up-to-date and useful as possible.

Qualifications:

  • Licensed to practice law in any U.S. state with experience in immigration law.
  • Excellent research and English language / writing skills.
  • Fluency in multiple languages is a plus.
  • Willingness to commit at least 1 year to this role.

+ Policy & Research Associate (Canada)

We’re looking for a experienced immigration attorney licensed to practice in Canada. In this role, you will keep our team apprised of Canadian asylum policy, create content for new legal guides for LGBTQ asylum seekers in Canada, and help us to evaluate our legal subcategories on our Canadian resource catalog (launching in April 2019). This is a fast-paced, research-oriented position with the opportunity to help ensure LGBTQ asylum seekers in Canada always know their legal rights.

Responsibilities include:

  • Monitor shifts in Canadian asylum policies.
  • Draft content for new legal guides for LGBTQ asylum seekers in Canada.
  • Efficiently update the content of Canadian legal guides (as needed).
  • Help keep legal resource categories on the Canadian resource catalog as up-to-date and useful as possible.

Qualifications:

  • Licensed to practice law in Canada with experience in immigration law.
  • Excellent research and English language / writing skills.
  • Fluency in multiple languages is a plus.
  • Willingness to commit at least 1 year to this role.

+ Paid Search Specialist

We're seeking an experienced PPC and Google AdWords specialist to join our team. You will work closely with our executive team and report directly to our Director of Marketing & PR. As our Paid Search Specialist, you will run AsylumConnect’s Google AdWords and paid social media advertising campaigns (e.g. Facebook Ads, Instagram Ads, Twitter Ads). You will participate in strategy, planning, buying, and executing digital media campaigns on Google AdWords. You will be involved in the entire campaign cycle from start to finish, helping to determine budgets, strategy, optimization, and helping to create and modify the creatives used. This is an opportunity to play a pivotal role in helping AsylumConnect to spread the word about the first ever online resource catalog for LGBTQ asylum seekers in the U.S.

Responsibilities include:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Marketing and Publicity.
  • Create and plan a variety of PPC campaigns across a range of digital channels (e.g. Google AdWords & paid social media advetising).
  • Track, manage and report on paid search spend across all engines.
  • Oversee any existing campaigns and make recommendations on how to optimise them.
  • Craft engaging copy for ads.
  • Present campaigns’ data and performance reports to AsylumConnect’s leadership team.

Qualifications:

  • At least 2 years direct experience with Google Adwords and Analytics, and paid social media ads. (Adwords certified strongly preferred.)
  • Strong copywriting skills with experience writing marketing copy.
  • Ability to improve conversion rates, and evaluate and adapt campaigns quickly.
  • An experienced and scientific approach to creative and copy tests to improve click-through rates and conversion.
  • Experience optimizing website and social media channels for SEO.
  • Graphic design and photo-editing skills preferred.

+ Public Relations Specialist

The Public Relations Specialist performs an essential role by helping AsylumConnect increase its public image and the public’s awareness of its services. This person researches reporters, publications, communities, and individuals that are either active or interested in assisting LGBTQ asylum seekers, and creates and maintains targeted media lists for the organization. After researching appropriate points of contact, this person makes initial contact to promote AsylumConnect and its services to key media reporters and outlets.

Responsibilities include:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Marketing and Publicity
  • Conduct research to support PR planning
  • Aid in researching media contacts, new outlets and other investigative activities
  • Create and maintain media lists
  • Assist in tracking media coverage or PR metrics (e.g. web analytics)
  • Distribute AsylumConnect promotional material such as newsletters and press kits to appropriate media contacts

Your core tasks would include:

  • Build targeted media lists for web and print outlets as well as digital influencers
  • Manage media relationships
  • Create and distributing press releases
  • Send out pitches to secure media coverage
  • Secure byline placements
  • Secure podcast interviews
  • Research speaking opportunities at programs and events
  • Research awards opportunities and draft awards submissions
  • Monitor relevant keywords

Qualifications:

  • Excellent writing skills
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, multi-task, and complete tasks on schedule
  • Ability to meet production deadlines and maintain accuracy in all publicity and projects
  • Proficient in MailChimp, Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Google Spreadsheets, and other software as relates to Public Relations
  • Ability to exercise initiative and use good judgment when/where appropriate
  • Previous experience in PR/communications strongly preferred

+ Grant Writer

The Grant Writer is responsible for supporting the Director of Development in securing public and private grants for AsylumConnect. You will work to identify and apply for all relevant grant opportunities. As a grant writer for AsylumConnect, you will play a pivotal role in attracting much-needed funding to our cause.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Development.
  • Research and evaluate public and private grant opportunities to pursue.
  • Prepare drafts of letters of inquiry, grant proposals, and other funding applications.
  • Maintain up-to-date records of past, current, and upcoming funding opportunities.
  • Perform other fundraising related duties as requested.

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following area(s): nonprofit fundraising, grant writing / research, proposal development.
  • Previous experience applying for and securing major grants strongly preferred.
  • Excellent written communication (English) skills: ability to help craft compelling letters of inquiry and grant proposals.
  • Strong research skills and attention to detail: research potential public and private grants.
  • You are a skilled writer, self-motivated, and enthusiastic about AsylumConnect.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
  • If you have a sample letter of inquiry or grant proposal, please also include it in your application to: applications@asylumconnect.org.

+ Data Manager (Multiple Openings)

Our team of Data Manager associates play a pivotal role in growing and improving the AsylumConnect resource catalog. Under the supervision of the Director of Data Management, our Data Managers work to maintain and efficiently grow our resource catalog. Data Managers research and verify new resources for inclusion in our resource catalog. They ensure our resource database remains error-free. This is an exciting opportunity to improve your data collection, research and analysis skills while helping us to expand our lifesaving resource catalog.

We're looking for meticulous, hard-working individuals who are passionate about expanding the AsylumConnect resource catalog.

Responsibilities:
This position includes the following major responsibilities:

1. Maintaining the live AsylumConnect resource catalog

  • Conduct regular audits of the live resource catalog (checking for dead links, typos, etc.)
  • Assist the Director of Data Management with monitoring our catalog Gmail account (catalog@asylumconnect.org) to process any incoming user resource “reports” on our live catalog site and/or catalog-related questions
  • Verify any incoming “edits” to resources on our live catalog
  • Use our backend dashboard to make any edits to resources in our live catalog (as needed)
  • Re-verify existing resources (resources listed in our live catalog are re-verified every 6 months to ensure safety)
  • Clean-up internal data storage (as needed)

2. Adding new safe resources to the AsylumConnect resource catalog

  • Verify any incoming new resource suggestions (submitted by members of the general public) for inclusion in our resource catalog
  • Conduct Internet research to collect potential new resources able to serve LGBTQ asylum seekers in the U.S., and then put those potential new resources through our tailored resource verification process prior to inclusion in our live resource catalog
  • Use our backend dashboard to add new verified resources to our live catalog

3. Resource verification

  • Data managers should have the ability to follow instructions - specifically, data managers will be provided with guides on how to conduct our tailored resource verification process to verify new resources are safe for use by LGBTQ asylum seekers in the U.S. prior to inclusion in the live AsylumConnect resource catalog

4. Option to help with implementing, monitoring & analyzing catalog-related metrics

  • Interested in metrics & data analysis? Time-permitting, Data manager associates are also welcome to assist our Director of Data Management with implementing, monitoring and analyzing catalog-related metrics (using Google Analytics, voluntary survey feedback, etc.) in order to help us accurately report our impact

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following area(s): database management, data collection/analysis, Internet research, statistics
  • Ability to follow instructions and work independently
  • Excellent written and oral English language skills
  • Working skill set in Excel, and/or Squarespace, HTML, CSS, WordPress or other content management system(s)
  • You are reliable, meticulous and appreciate the value of deadlines
  • Superior understanding of the AsylumConnect resource catalog (or willingness to learn in-depth about our resource catalog)
  • Bonus(es): Extensive Internet research experience, prior database management experience and/or experience using backend dashboards/portals

+ HR & Recruitment Manager

As one of our HR & Recruitment Managers you will play a pivotal role in helping us to recruit the best team members possible to our cause and organization. In this role, you will support the Director of Human Resources through providing assistance with recruiting, reviewing, interviewing, and ultimately, selecting applicants to join our team. This position is an excellent opportunity to bolster your recruiting and interviewing skills while helping us to attract the best talent to AsylumConnect.

Responsibilities:

  • Report (and work closely with) the Director of Human Resources.
  • Help to maintain/monitor current recruitment measures, and assist with brainstorming and implementing new recruitment strategies to attract top talent to join the AsylumConnect team.
  • Participate in the selection, interviewing, and training of new team members.
  • Help to recommend, evaluate, and participate in staff development for our initiative.
  • Coordinate or conduct exit interviews to determine reasons behind leaving (as needed).
  • Participate in special projects and seek additional responsibilities.
  • Complete other HR-related tasks as assigned by the Director of Human Resources.

Qualifications:

  • Interest/background in one or more of the following area(s): HR management, performance management, recruitment, onboarding, employee relations, psychology, a business-related subject, leadership development.
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills.
  • Friendly, passionate, organized, and determined to attract the best talent to AsylumConnect.
  • Bonus(es): Experience using online recruitment tools/softwares and/or interviewing experience.

+ Web Developer

We are currently seeking talented web developers to help us maintain and improve our resource catalog. As a web developer for AsylumConnect, you will report directly to (and work closely with) our Director of Web Development. You will be called on to address any technical issues (as needed). You also may have the opportunity to help our team add/edit technical functionality as well as develop new integrated products to continue to improve our impact. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone with a working knowledge of web application design and development.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to (and work closely with) the Director of Web Development.
  • Address any technical issues to the live catalog site as needed.
  • Write code to maintain server-side logic, manage the application database, and add new features.
  • Ensure the AsylumConnect catalog is mobile-friendly and cross-browser compatible.
  • Plan for future changes to our catalog website and web application.

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience with full-stack web application development.
  • Self-starter with the ability to learn quickly and work independently.
  • Proficient knowledge of a back-end programming language (e.g., Python, Ruby, Java, PHP).
  • Previous experience with front-end or full-stack web application development.
  • Familiarity with any of the following technologies:
    • HTML/CSS
    • Responsive front-end frameworks such as Bootstrap
    • Javascript
    • Modern web frameworks such as React
    • Node.js or similar Javascript-based run-time environments
    • Heroku
    • APIs, such as the Google Maps API
  • Self-starter with good communication skills and the ability to learn quickly and work independently.
  • Experience collaborating with a development team utilizing version control tools like Git/GitHub.
  • Bonus(es): Experience with user-centered design research and/or open-sourced code.
  • **If you have a personal GitHub, please also include a link to your profile in your application to: [applications@asylumconnect.org][5].
 

 

TRANSLATOR

  • The position is unpaid.

  • Anyone who is fluent in English and other language(s) is welcome to apply to be a translator.

  • The time commitment for translators is on an as needed basis.

  • The following languages are in high demand: French, Somali, Russian, Nepali, Armenian, Chaldean, Burmese, Filipino, Serbian, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese.

Are you fluent in a language other than English? Sign up to translate for AsylumConnect! Our translators will help to ensure that our informational resources remain as accessible as possible. Sample translation assignments include: infographics, flyers, text on our catalog site, and additional text for our website. In this role, you will be asked to translate for us on an as needed basis. 

To apply to become a translator: please email your resume and a short paragraph explaining your interest to applications@asylumconnect.org