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ESOL Teachers - Sterling

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Give your neighbors the gift of English! ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages) teachers needed in Sterling. Classes are held at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8-9:30 pm. Teachers are welcome to teach either one day or both. We allow teaching in pairs for those who wish to teach with a friend or spouse. No foreign language ability necessary and all materials and training provided!


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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ESOL Teachers - Manassas

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Give your neighbors the gift of English! ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages) teachers needed in Manassas. Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am- 12pm and 6:30pm- 9:30pm. Teachers are welcome to teach either one day or both. We allow teaching in pairs for those who wish to teach with a friend or spouse. No foreign language ability necessary and all materials and training provided!


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Naturalization Workshop Attorney Volunteers

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Help eligible immigrants apply to become citizens! No foreign language skills or immigration experience required. This day-long workshop will walk applicants through the process of filling out the naturalization application. Attorney volunteers conduct individual legal review of applicant's cases, and are required to sign both the N-400 application and a G-28 Notice of Entry of Appearance. If you are unable to sign these forms, please request to volunteer as a non-attorney instead (link below). Mandatory training for first-time volunteers is provided at the first workshop attended.

Click the link below to sign up to join our email distribution list. You will receive an email a few weeks out from each workshop with a call for volunteers, to which you can RSVP at that time if you'd like to attend.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Law Student Intern - Alexandria/Remote

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Hogar Immigrant Services' legal office seeks interns currently enrolled in law school. Interns will learn about a variety of immigration cases and will have the chance to draft documents, work with clients, research, and attend proceedings in immigration court. After submitting your volunteer application, please submit your resume, cover letter, and internship requirements to volunteer.newcomer@ccda.net. You will be contacted by our supervising attorney for an interview.

Training covers:

Background check
Privacy Training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Attorney Office Volunteer

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Help us reach out to immigrants around Nothern Virginia!  Hogar Immigrant Services Legal Office serves clients with a variety of immigration legal services.  Volunteer attorneys will assist with a variety of cases from naturalization to SIJS.  Must be able to pass a background check, and be available at least one half day per week during office hours in Alexandria.  Will be supervised by staff attorney.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Office Assistant - Bilingual - Manassas

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Help us reach out to immigrants around Nothern Virginia! Hogar Immigrant Services Education Office serves clients with intensive English and Citizenship classes. Volunteer office assistants will help us place calls to clients, organize files, and test students. Must be available at least one half day per week during office hours (8 am - 9 pm) in Manassas. No experience needed. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Computer Teachers - Manassas and Alexandria

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Help your neighbors earn a Northstar Digital Literacy Certificate and CEUs from NOVA community college! This basic computer class is for intermediate and advanced English Language Learners who want to gain basic computer skills. The curriculum includes an introduction to the computer and computer parts, typing, Gmail and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). The ideal teacher will have some paid or voluntary teaching experience and demonstrate computer literacy. Classes will be held in our computer lab on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9AM - 12PM or 6:30PM-9:30PM. Teachers must commit to teach one class per week. Interested in teaching with your friend or spouse? Teaching pairs are encouraged to apply!


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Employment Assistant

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Help our refugees find employment. Coaches from the professions - medicine, engineering, accounting, law - are especially needed! Work alongside MRS employment specialists to help refugee familes become self-sufficient. Help with resumes, cover letters, online job applications, coach our clients one-on-one!

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Interpretation and Translation Assistant

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Help our refugee families adjust to life in the US! If you are fluent in English as well as Arabic, Dari, Farsi, French, Amharic, Pashto, Urdu, Spanish, Swahili, Tigrigna or other language, we may be able to use your skill in assisting with translating various documents or helping families with interpretation.

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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English Tutor and Mentor/Children - Manassas

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Help our refugee families. Work with children and teens to increase their English language skills and help with other homework/school needs. Can also serve as a mentor to help youth experience events and opportunities in the local community. Make a difference.

Training covers:
VIRTUS
CPS Training
Background Check
Privacy training


Contact Person: Emily Wood

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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VRSAP Assistant

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VA Refugee Student Achievement Project needs your help! As the VRSAP Assistant, you will support our staff in:
*Orienting and enrolling new families to their local schools; assisting with paperwork
*Monitoring academic progress of students
*Maintaining regular communication with schools and parents
*Encouraging refugee parents to play an active role in their childrens education
*Maintaining refugee student database to track participation

This volunteer opportunity will require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Companion for Older Refugees - Arlington

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Help us support older refugees as they adjust to their new lives in the U.S. Some refugees have a basic knowledge of English, but need to build their confidence, conversation skills and comfort with navigating life in the U.S. Time commitment is flexible.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Companion for Older Refugees - Fredericksburg

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Help us support older refugees as they adjust to their new lives in the U.S. Some refugees have a basic knowledge of English, but need to build their confidence, conversation skills and comfort with navigating life in the U.S. Time commitment is flexible.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Companion for Older Refugees - Manassas

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Help us support older refugees as they adjust to their new lives in the U.S. Some refugees have a basic knowledge of English, but need to build their confidence, conversation skills and comfort with navigating life in the U.S. Time commitment is flexible.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Drivers- Arlington

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Daytime drivers needed! While driving a client to a daytime appointment you have the opportunity to help the client feel welcome in the community. Help provide cultural orientation, talk about life in Northern Virginia, explain American holidays, practice mock job interviews, sing songs with the kids, etc while driving to appointments. Half-day commitment, once a week.
May drive personal vehicle or agency vehicle.
Driving authorization required. Valid Driver's License necessary.

This opportunity will require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training
DMV Record Review


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Drivers- Manassas

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Daytime drivers needed! While driving a client to a daytime appointment you have the opportunity to help the client feel welcome in the community. Help provide cultural orientation, talk about life in Northern Virginia, explain American holidays, practice mock job interviews, sing songs with the kids, etc while driving to appointments. Half-day commitment, once a week.
May drive personal vehicle or agency vehicle.
Driving authorization required. Valid Driver's License necessary.

This opportunity will require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training
DMV Record Review


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Conversation Partner - Arlington

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Many of our clients are at-home moms who can be isolated and have difficulty accessing English classes. Volunteers meet once a week for an hour or two during the day. Start with beginning English and help her feel comfortable in her new community. Many of thse clients live in the Alexandria City, Manassas, and Woodbridge areas.

Prefer six-month commitment.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Conversation Partner - Manassas

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Many of our clients are at-home moms who can be isolated and have difficulty accessing English classes. Volunteer meets once a week for an hour or two during the day. Start with beginning English and help the client feel comfortable in their new community.

Prefer six-month commitment.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Donation Management- Arlington

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We often need to organize our donations and make them ready to distribute to our refugee clients. If you can only help every now and then, this might be the position for you! And groups could get together for a morning or afternoon of sorting and organizing. We also need strong backs to help with pickup of donated furniture and need someone on an occasional Saturday morning in our Manassas warehouse. Schedules are based on your availability.

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Donation Management- Manassas

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We often need to organize our donations and make them ready to distribute to our refugee clients. If you can only help every now and then, this might be the position for you!

We also need strong backs to help with picking up of donated furniture.

Schedules are based on your availability.

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Special Events Volunteer

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Periodically, MRS plans fun events for our refugee familes requiring assistance with planning and implementation. Opportunities could include chaperoning at a pro-soccer game, a field trip to a country farm, our end-of-the-year student banquet, or the annual celebration of World Refugee Day. These events require only a short-term commitment. Check to see what is coming up soon!

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

Click here for details or to sign up

Special Events Volunteer

Overview //

Periodically, MRS plans fun events for our refugee familes requiring assistance with planning and implementation. Opportunities could include chaperoning at a pro-soccer game, a field trip to a country farm, our end-of-the-year student banquet, or the annual celebration of World Refugee Day. These events require only a short-term commitment. Check to see what is coming up soon!

These volunteer opportunities may require:
Background check
Privacy and child protection training


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

Click here for details or to sign up

VRSAP Tutor/Mentor/Trainer - Mary Washington (2.0)

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This opportunity will require:

Child Protective Services training
Cleared driving record (if driving clients)


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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GED Instructors - Virtual

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Help your immigrant and refugee neighbors earn their GEDs! Math and English GED instructors are needed in Manassas. Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9AM-12PM or from 6:30PM-9:30PM. The ideal candidate will have some background in teaching (volunteer or paid) and commit to one class per week for the whole semester. You will receive ample curriculum, resources, training, professional development, and additional support from Hogar staff throughout the semester. Do you know someone who would want to teach as well? Co-teachers are strongly encouraged to apply!


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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ESOL Teachers - Vienna

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Give your neighbors the gift of English! ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages) teachers needed in Vienna.
Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8pm - 9:30pm. Teachers are only asked to teach one class period per week. We encourage teaching in pairs for those who wish to teach with a friend or spouse. No experience or foreign language ability necessary and all materials and training provided! For more information and about the St. Mark ESOL program, please contact the St. Mark Volunteer Coordinator- StMarksESL@gmail.com or call 703- 980- 9380. Please do not complete the online application. Thank you for your interest.


Contact Person:

Contact Phone: (703) 980-9380

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Citizenship Teachers - Vienna

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Help your neighbors study for and pass their citizenship interview and test! Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8:00pm. Teachers are only asked to teach one class period per week. We allow teaching in pairs for those who wish to teach with a friend or spouse. No experience or foreign language ability necessary and all materials and training provided! For more information about the St. Mark Citizenship program, please contact the St. Mark Volunteer Coordinator, StMarksESL@gmail.com or call 703- 980- 9380. Please do not complete the online application. Thank you for your interest.


Contact Person: St. Mark Volunteer Coordinator

Contact Phone: (703) 980-9380

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Adult Education Internship

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The Adult Education Intern will provide support for the Workforce Development program. The main facets of the program are GED preparation courses, child care courses, computer courses, and career counseling. The Adult Education Intern will teach a workforce development course and get hands-on experience in adult education, curriculum development and assessment. This is an unpaid, part time internship, but can be available for credit. To apply, please fill out an application and submit a cover letter and resume to Volunteer.newcomer@ccda.net


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Substitute ESOL Teacher - Virtual

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Give your neighbors the gift of English without the weekly time commitment! Come and attend our training and be ready to fill in when an ESOL teacher is unavailable. Locations and times vary. Once you are trained, we will add you to the email list and you can choose to take teaching opportunities or pass them up.


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Citizenship Tutor - Virtual

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Would you like to work one-on-one with a student who is getting close to their date for citizenship and needs a little refresher? Tutoring can be done during the day or on weekends. You will receive ample curriculum, resources, training, professional development, and additional support from Hogar staff throughout the semester.


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Refugee Youth Mentor

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Help refugee youth navigate their new communities as a mentor! Mentors will help their mentees with professional development, academic guidance, and civic engagement.

Amdist CDC advisement to limit person-to-person contact, we are suspending in-person mentoring but continuing with virtual mentoring by phone, FaceTime, and zoom. Now is a great time to join the team! We can process your paperwork remotely and offer resources and training to work with your mentee. Participants in the program are still attending online classes, completing college applications, seeking new and creative ideas for employment, and more. Mentoring is critical now and always for our program participants. Thank you for considering joining the Mentoring Youth in Virginia team.


Contact Person: Emily Wood

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Spanish Teacher - Virtual

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Volunteer Spanish teachers needed! Education and Workforce Development is now offering virtual Spanish language classes to the Northern Virginia community. Classes will be on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The semester begins on June 30, and will be ten weeks long. Volunteer teachers will only be asked to commit to teach one night per week - lesson plans and curriculum will be provided!


Contact Person: Chantal Skubic

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Virtual VRSAP Tutor/Mentor/Trainer - Marymount

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The Virginia Refugee Student Achievement Project (VRSAP) needs your help! As the VRSAP Assistant, you will support our staff in:

*Orienting new families to their local schools; assisting with paperwork
*Monitoring academic progress of students
"Maintaining regular communicationw ith schools and parents
*Encouraging refugee parents to play an active role in their childrens education
*Tutoring student in whatever subject they may need help with


This opportunity will require:


Child Protective Services training
Criminal Background Check
Cleared driving record if driving clients

Please note that thie opportunity is for Marymount Students


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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MYVA/SOR Pen Pals

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THIS OPPORTUNITY IS FOR MYVA PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS ONLY!

As a MYVA/SOR Pen Pal, you will send pen pal letters to our senior refugee clients! Be a friend to a senior in need. Training will be provided. Adult Protective Services training required.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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Summer 2021 Newcomer Services Internship

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Spend the summer with CCDA Newcomer Services programs learning about the refugee resettlement process, legal immigration, and workforce development services in our communities. Supporting our staff, you will provide direct services and help to welcome these new neighbors and move them towards self-sufficiency. Internships are unpaid, but we do assist students in seeking college credit. Opportunity will be a hybrid of remote and in-person work, so applicants must be local.

Background check and additional training will be required.


Contact Person: Volunteer Manager

Contact Phone: (703) 851-6388

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