Interns:KIWA welcomes interns based on their skills and interests and the needs of the organization. Interns are expected to work between 10 and 20 hours per week, including some weekend events. Applicants should be knowledgeable of or interested in social and economic justice and immigrants’ rights. We gladly work with colleges/university to collaborate on capstones or for class credit.
VolunteersKIWA welcomes volunteers based on their skills and interests and the needs of the organization. Volunteers contribute to KIWA in an ad hoc basis, supporting specific projects, events, or actions and can volunteer for as many or as little hours as they have available. We're particularly looking for volunteers who are bilingual in English/Spanish or English/Korean.
There are four, 3-month internship/volunteer periods for which one can apply:Fall: October – DecemberWinter: January – MarchSpring: April – JuneSummer: July – SeptemberWe are looking for two interns in each work area:
Please fill out this application and a KIWA staff member will contact you regarding your desired internship/volunteer period. If you have any other questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.