Internship posted by: Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), Inc.
Posted on: January 31, 2013
The Refugee and Immigration Policy Legal Intern will work with HIAS' policy and advocacy staff in the Washington, DC office on refugee and immigration matters related to both Jewish and non-Jewish refugees, immigrants, and asylees from all over the world. The intern will conduct legal research, analysis, and writing under the supervision of immigration lawyers to promote legislative and administrative reform to improve the treatment of refugees, immigrants, and asylum-seekers in the U.S., and in support of HIAS' international and domestic projects.
Please note: HIAS internships are unfunded but we work with schools to assist students in obtaining credit or funding. HIAS-DC is located at 1775 K Street NW, Suite 320 – one block from both the Farragut North and the Farragut West metro stops.
Founded in 1881, HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society), the international migration agency of the American Jewish community, is the oldest international migration and refugee resettlement agency in the U.S. Dedicated to assisting persecuted and oppressed Jews and other people worldwide and delivering them to countries of safe haven, to date HIAS has assisted more than 4.5 million people.
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