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LI WINS Intern needed

Dear Long Island Wins Volunteers,

Hello! This is a very exciting time at Long Island Wins! Hopefully by now you have received an invitation to our April 15th event, “Don’t Make Our Mistakes: Lessons from Riverside, NJ in the Costs of Attacking Immigrants”.

In other news, LIW is seeking interns! The full description is copied below, please feel to pass it around to any person or group who you think may be interested. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to get involved with the immigration movement in Long Island.

There is always something to do at Long Island Wins. If you are interested in writing a letter to the editor of a local newspaper, hosting a house party/message training, becoming a speaker or would like to propose a new way to get involved with LIW please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Long Island Wins wants to work with you to help change the dialogue about immigration in Long Island! As always, don’t forget to check out our daily blog updates at www.longislandwins.com.

In solidarity,
Kirby Einhorn

LIW Communications Outreach Director

Intern with Long Island Wins

Grassroots Democracy Internship

Long Island Wins is seeking interns to promote practical local solutions to immigration that works for everyone. Immigration is a very important and emotionally charged issue in Long Island. The immigrant community is constantly under attack, now is a critical time to get involved.

In this internship you will learn grassroots organizing skills such as how to build an activist base and construct a strong persuasive argument. In addition our work will help build your confidence, strengthen public speaking skills and introduce you to other people who are passionate about immigration. If you enjoy being outside and meeting new people this internship for you.

This internship requires a minimum commitment of 5 hours per week and it is unpaid. We will happily work with students to earn class credit for their work.

Please email us your resume at longislandwins@gmail.com.

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