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Job Posting: Volunteer Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Volunteer Coordinator PROGRAM: New American Integration SUPERVISOR: Director of Philanthropy and Community Engagement WORKING HOURS: FT – 40 hours. M-F with some occasional weekend and evenings to meet recruitment needs. $16/hour QUALIFICATIONS: Verifiable legal status to work within the United States and social security card Excellent communication skills, both oral and …
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Job Posting: Community Engagement Associate

JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Community Engagement Associate PROGRAM: Philanthropy and Community Engagement SUPERVISOR: Director of Philanthropy and Community Engagement CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time, Hourly ($18/hr) QUALIFICATIONS: Verifiable legal status for employment within the United States. Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to work in a multicultural setting and communicate in a friendly manner with clients from …
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Job Posting: Executive Assistant

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Job Description The International Institute of Buffalo is a highly regarded community based nonprofit organization delivering impactful services that support the safety, integration and success of refugees, immigrants and survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking. The mission of the Institute is to make WNY a better place for, and because of, immigrants …
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Job Posting: Employment Case Manager

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUFFALO, NY, INC.  JOB TITLE: Employment Case Manager   PROGRAM: New American Integration   SUPERVISOR: Employment Program Coordinator, General Supervision of Director of New American Integration   WORKING HOURS: 40 hours per week    SALARY & BENEFITS: Starting pay for the Employment Case Manager position is $17/hour. This is a full time hourly position eligible for benefits. …
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Community Partner Highlight: IGNITE

Combatting human trafficking is not one individual or organization’s sole responsibility, it will take a community to eradicate the systems and circumstances of exploitation.  IIB is starting a series where we interview our local partners who are taking measures to combat human trafficking with us! Today we are talking to Diane R. Bessel from Daemen …
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Shop Local This Holiday – Our Guide To Immigrant-Run Businesses!

Download our free, local holiday guide to immigrant-run businesses Here! This holiday season use your consumer power for good! We are so lucky in our city to have an array of New American entrepreneurs- let’s support them as they grow their businesses and contribute to our economy! Give your loved ones unique gifts with a …
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Job Posting: Case Manager – Human Trafficking Services

JOB TITLE: Case Manager – Human Trafficking Services PROGRAM: Trafficking Victim Services Program POPULATION SERVED: adult, youth, foreign-born survivors, and U.S. citizen survivors of human trafficking WORKING HOURS: 40 hours per week   QUALIFICATIONS: Education: BA/BS or combination of education and experience in the social work or human services area. Masters level preferred. Experience: Experience …
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Covid Outreach Team Successes

The International Institute of Buffalo has developed a Covid Outreach Team to meet the needs of refugees throughout the crisis. This team has done amazing work in their field, providing new arrivals with important Covid-19 information, encouraging vaccination, and debunking common myths surrounding the pandemic. Here are some of the highlights of our work:  We …
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Empowering The Next Generation of New American Professionals: Mirvet’s Story.

For the first time in the last five years, hope is returning to refugee resettlement. Discriminatory policies and bans have been lifted, the refugee cap has expanded ten-fold, and families are arriving every week, including Afghan evacuees. Our New American Integration department is rapidly expanding to meet these positive trends. With the help of your generous …
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Empowering The Next Generation of New American Professionals: Hery’s Story

For the first time in the last five years, hope is returning to refugee resettlement. Discriminatory policies and bans have been lifted, the refugee cap has expanded ten-fold, and families are arriving every week, including Afghan evacuees. Our New American Integration department is rapidly expanding to meet these positive trends. With the help of your generous …
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