Church World Service Greensboro is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Fall 2019 internship positions have been filled! Check back in a few months for next year’s openings.
CWS is glad to host students for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Positions are available with our case management, employment, and legal staff. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and interviews will continue until positions are filled. All internships are unpaid.
CWS is currently accepting internship applications for Fall 2019 for the following programs:
Reception and Placement Intern
The R&P Intern works as a member of the case management team to assist newly arrived refugees in accessing services and building skills to achieve lasting self- sufficiency in the US. Interns will engage in direct service with clients to ensure that basic needs are met and assist clients to set both short and long-term goals. **This position requires driving**
Preferred Communities Intern
The PC Intern will work alongside the Senior Case Manager to support the resettlement of newly arriving refugees with the best opportunities for their integration into their new communities, supporting refugees with special needs that require more intensive case management.
Legal Services Intern **position already filled for summer 2019**
CWS-G provides low-cost, comprehensive immigration legal services to refugees and immigrants throughout the Triad, including green card applications for refugees and assisting eligible Lawful Permanent Residents to become U.S. citizens. The Legal Services intern will assist our staff attorney in conducting administrative tasks, completing casework, and working with legal clients to prepare for immigration appointments. The intern will also have the experience to shadow various immigration appointments.
English as a Second Language (ESOL) is a service offered by CWS-G to assist clients who are in need of additional help learning the English language. During ESOL, English Language Learners (ELLs) learn the foundations of the English language through auditory and visual means. The majority of ELLs are new arrivals to the country with varying levels of exposure to the English language to which we are accustomed. The ESOL Tutor will work with the Volunteer Coordinator in creating lessons that will help to advance the ELLs understanding of the English language. The ESOL Tutor will, along with volunteer assistants, deliver lessons to adult refugee students in a non-traditional, in-home setting.
Matching Grant Intern
Refugee Assistance Program Intern