It is important for everyone to understand you do have rights when confronted or questioned by police or other officials. You have the right to remain silent, to request to speak to a lawyer, and to make a phone call if arrested. If the police or immigration come to your door, they must have a warrant and you have the right to not open the door until you see the warrant with your name on it.
The Receptionist is a part-time key position, working 28 hours per week, responsible for ensuring that the organization is well represented, well organized and efficient with its operations. Must be fully bilingual, written and orally proficient, in Spanish and English with a minimum of 2 years of related experience.
The deadline to apply is August 15th, 2016.
Members of the Summer Youth Employment Initiative Steering Committee held a lottery to fairly and randomly choose applicants who will be interviewed for jobs for the summer months. Each year there are hundreds more applicants than there are jobs. The lottery is a fair and equitable way to chose youth names for interviews and possible future jobs.