The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition is looking for it’s next Undocu-Fellow
Location Hybrid: This position will be housed under the Denver Office in Denver, Colorado. May be asked to travel for workshops or gatherings
Program area(s) and
general summary: Responsible for helping with the development of the UndocuHub program, providing
resources to local immigrant communities in Colorado, and supporting CIRC members.
The Undocu-Fellow will report to the Legal Services Manager, in the absence of a
Legal services Manager, you will report to the Deputy Director
The Undocu Fellow will work in CIRC’s legal services department to support and facilitate the joint development of a state
wide undocumented support program known as UndocuHub. The fellow will work closely with external partners to develop programming materials, schedule and support individual appointments with service providers, create an annual report and carry out other projects as needed.
1. Coordinating responses to inquiries from the undocumented community in regards to relevant community
2. Planning and coordinating regular and productive meetings for the UndocuHub’s Stakeholder Group
3. Identifying community partners to grow UndocuHub’s referral and service network;
4. Ensure that UndocuHub is monitoring and tracking its activities and achievements as stated in the grant proposal,
which includes, among others, metric goals in regards to a number of in “Know Your Rights” or “DACA Renewal”
workshops, informational high school visits, entrepreneurship workshops, or group therapy sessions.
5. Deliverables and outcomes further focus on community members served and a thorough, meaningful
assessment of the above-mentioned workshops’ impacts. UndocuHub grows its connections with other service providers, community partners, stakeholders, and the population it serves.
○ All staff is expected to be active participants in CIRC’s internal anti-oppression and inclusivity efforts to
make progress toward a vision of an organizational culture that reflects the values/principles that we are
fighting for in the world
○ All staff members are expected to participate in at least two anti-oppression training a year as
recommended by the Racial Justice Committee
● Other tasks as assigned
Compensation, Benefits & Terms of Employment
This is a full-time, temporary grant funded, unionized position with compensation at $42,140.40 annually with possibility of renewal after December 2023. The Undocu-Fellow will report to the Legal Services Manager and will have a three-month
a) Cell Phone – CIRC will pay a $75 monthly stipend to support your use of your cell phone, to be included in your
b) Health Insurance – The Undocu-Fellow as well as two dependents under the age of 18 are eligible to receive
100% employer-sponsored health, vision, and dental insurance beginning the first day of employment.
c) Generous PTO Policy: All full time CIRC staff start with two weeks off of paid time off this increases annually.
d) Professional Development: $1,000 in professional development funds annually..
f) Reimbursements will be made for expenditures during the normal course of your work at the following levels:
i) Mileage – 65 cents per mile.
ii) Food, lodging, supplies, or miscellaneous expenses will be reimbursed based on approval of submitted
forms and receipts.
Word or PDF document to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please respond to the following questions in 1-2 paragraphs for each question:
● Why are you interested in working with an immigrant rights organization?
● What is your personal connection to immigrants and POC?