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International Rescue Commitee
Also Known As:IRC
Address:263 W. 38th Street New York NY 10018
World Wide Web: http://www.rescue.org/us-program/us-new-york-ny/programs
Protecting, supporting and improving household livelihoods and financial security.
Early Employment Services: The IRC provides vocational counseling, resume preparation, job search and placement services, and financial assistance for basic needs with the goal of helping refugees find their first job in America and achieve early economic self-sufficiency.
Extended Employment and Social Services: This extended employment program assists refugees for up to five years from their date of arrival with job preparation, placement, training, and transitional support.
Refugees, entrants, asylees, and certified trafficking victims; humanitarian entrants; Cuban, Haitian, Afghan, or Iraqi nationals; certain Amerasians.
Valid I-94, stamped passport, Social Security Card, Work Authorization Card, Document granting asylum.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free.
Services Offered:Job Search / Placement, Job Training, Financial literacy,
Languages Offered:Burmese, Chinese, French, Hindi, Spanish, Tibetan, Urdu, Vietnamese,
Target Groups(By Need):Refugees / Entrants / Asylees,