Center For New Americans

James H. Binger Center for New Americans

The University of Minnesota Law School’s James H. Binger Center for New Americans expands urgently needed legal services for noncitizens, pursues litigation to improve our nation’s immigration laws, and supports noncitizens in the region through education and community outreach.

Designed in partnership with leading area law firms and non-profit immigration legal services, the Center is the only program of its kind in the U.S. and is home to three dynamic clinics and an integrated education and outreach program that offer students hands-on educational experiences:


Now Hiring! The Center for New Americans is looking for a Community Outreach and Program Coordinator in the Education and Outreach Program. We are a dynamic and innovative program that brings together litigators, law students, and other advocates to reform the immigration system. Our Education and Outreach Program works with the immigrant community to identify systemic barriers to equity and community integration and through legal education, organizing, pro bono legal services, and capacity building supports community efforts to break down systemic barriers and empower communities. The position requires a responsive, proactive, and driven person with close attention to detail who is motivated to serve immigrant communities. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits.

Learn more about it and apply for this job or click the External Candidates button on the University of Minnesota Find A Job page and search for job 341986.

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Lorena Anderson
Administrative Coordinator
612-625-5515
and08699@umn.edu

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