Catholic Migration Services (“CMS”), an affiliated agency of Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens, provides high quality free legal services, community education, and advocacy for low-income immigrants residing in Brooklyn and Queens, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, or immigration status. CMS assists individuals with their immigration, housing, and employment legal needs.
Catholic Migration Services is committed to “welcoming the stranger in our midst” by serving and working alongside underserved immigrant communities to advance equality and social justice in an ever changing landscape.
Catholic Migration Services is currently accepting applications from law students for legal internships for 2023 Summer Legal Internships. For more information about the internship and application instructions, please click on the link below:
• 2023 Summer Legal Internships
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three references directly to the program to which they are applying:
For Immigration Internships (Please direct your application materials to the intended unit):
Supervising Attorney, Removal Defense Project
Supervising Attorney, Affirmative Filings Unit
For Tenant Advocacy Internships:
Managing Attorney, Tenant Advocacy Program
For Employment Program Internships:
Managing Attorney, Workers’ Rights Program
Catholic Migration Services is currently accepting applications for the following positions. For more information about each position and application instructions, please click on the links below.
• Senior Development Associate
Tenant Advocacy Program
Thank you for considering employment with Catholic Migration Services. There are no current openings in the Tenant Advocacy Program. Please check back soon.
Thank you for considering employment with Catholic Migration Services. There are no current openings in the Employment Program. Please check back soon.
Diversity and Non-Discrimination Policy
Catholic Migration Services values workplace diversity and welcomes applicants and employees of all backgrounds. Catholic Migration Services makes all employment decisions without regard to any applicant’s or employee’s protected characteristics, including their race, religion, color, national origin, immigration status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, arrest conviction record, or marital status.