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Get Paid as an Advocacy Ambassador

For Current Scholars in the DMV area:

Are you a Scholar in the DMV area, interested in Advocacy and getting paid? 

Apply now to be a TheDream.US Advocacy Ambassador starting April 15! You must live in Washington DC or the DMV area and be able to travel to meetings on Capitol Hill. This is a hybrid role and includes both remote and in-person duties. 

If you are interested, see this project description and read the full details below. This is a way to give back and grow your career.

Advocacy Ambassador for Federal Education Campaign

What is the role?

You will work closely with TheDream.US, Presidents’ Alliance, and NP Agency, to organize key events, including a congressional hearing and a week of action in June. Your responsibilities will also include identifying and connecting with TheDream.USScholars who would be willing to share their stories, help craft their stories and share them, as well as conducting follow-up meetings to share essential information about the successes of Dreamers despite their immigration status.

Additionally, you will assist with logistics for meetings and gatherings, ensuring smooth coordination and execution of events. We are seeking individuals based in the DMV area who are passionate about promoting educational equity and are willing to actively participate in advocacy and educational efforts. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication and collaboration skills and must have either an ITIN or SSN.

How to Apply: 

Log into Parker Dewey by visiting: https://info.parkerdewey.com/thedreamus. (IMPORTANT: Ensure you added TheDream.US in the Affiliation section of your profile to see this micro-internship and others exclusively available to TheDream.USScholars.) Then search and apply to the micro-internship labeled “Advocacy Ambassador” with TheDream.US.

Duration and Compensation:

  • 11 week commitment (April 15 – June 28)
  • Approximately 8 hours per week
  • Stipend of $1,800 upon completion of the internship

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Based in DMV area
  • Willing to speak to congressional offices and participate actively in advocacy and educational efforts
  • Passion for promoting educational equity and immigrant rights
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders
  • Must be a current TheDream.US Scholar and have an ITIN or SSN

Please note: As part of application process, you will need to upload your resume to your Parker Dewey Profile. To upload your resume, click on your name in the top right corner and click “Profile.” Click “Resume/CV.” Upload your resume and click the “Save” button.