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Assistant Director of Development

JOB TITLE: Assistant Director of Development, concentration Special Events SUPERVISOR: Director of Development WORKING HOURS: Full Time -40 hours per week, some evenings and weekends as needed SALARY: Commensurate with experience QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor’s degree Experience: One to three years development experience with emphasis on solicitation of sponsorships and event planning from promotion to execution …
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Community WorldQuest 2019

Sponsorship Levels Contact May Shogan at mshogan@iibuff.org or 716-883-1900 ext. 321 for more information. Ambassadors Presenting Sponsor ($1,500) Table for six contestants Name and logo on all printed and digital materials May provide promotional materials to evening’s participants Acknowledgement on all Institute digital and social media Prominent table signage at the event Envoys Sponsor ($750) …
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) TO CONDUCT A County-wide Needs Assessment for at Risk and Trafficked Youth The International Institute of Buffalo is currently seeking proposals from qualified agencies interested in conducting a county wide needs assessment to identify the strengths and gaps in services for trafficked youth and youth at risk of being trafficked. Proposers …
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Legislative Leaders Stand with Refugee Resettlement Agencies and Allies in Seeking $4.5 Million in FY 2020 Budget

For Immediate Release: February 26, 2019 MEDIA CONTACT David Dyssegaard Kallik, Deputy Director of FPI 646.284.1240 | ddkallick@fiscalpolicy.org Assemblymembers Sean Ryan, Pat Fahy, and Marianne Buttenschon stood in the Capitol today with all 14 of the refugee resettlement agencies in the New York State Enhanced Services to Refugees Program (NYSESRP), the Fiscal Policy Institute, and …
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Western District of New York Anti-Trafficking Task Force Coordinator

JOB TITLE: Western District of New York Anti-Trafficking Task Force Coordinator WORKING HOURS: 40 hours per week QUALIFICATIONS: Education: MS/MA or advanced degree in the social work, criminal justice, or related field REQUIRED Experience: Experience in building community collaborations Experience working with multidisciplinary teams Additional Requirements: Excellent communication skills (oral and written), interpersonal and organizational skills …
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Employment Services Manager

JOB TITLE:               Employment Services Manager         PROGRAM:               New American Integration Services SUPERVISOR:           Director of New American Integration   QUALIFICATIONS: Education:      BS/BA or combination of education and experience in the refugee, employment, human resources or human services area     Experience:     Background serving diverse cultures, clients and/or refugee population is preferred. Experience with providing employment services mandatory. Previous supervisory …
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Model UN 2019 Resolutions

Ad Hoc Political Denmark – The Kashmir Crisis Denmark – Denuclearization of North Korea New Zealand – Women’s Rights & Equality Ad Hoc Political & Security Denmark – Deployment of United Nation Coalition Forces in the Middle East Denmark – Cybersecurity Standards, and the Digital Defense of Member States Turkey – Threats to International Peace …
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Human Trafficking 101 Seminars

Please join us for a training and overview of human trafficking in the Western New York community. Seminars take place at the International Institute of Buffalo, 864 Delaware Avenue. Each seminar has the same content. What does human trafficking look like in Western NY? How do we identify people who are being trafficked? What can …
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Stop The Shutdown

  January, 2019 Dear Friends of the Institute: Who would have ever believed that a government shutdown would last for a full month? Service members serving our nation without pay for the first time in history. Critical government employees overseeing benefits programs furloughed. Politics at its worst. This is our new reality. We see stories …
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