Held March 25, 2009
Nonprofit immigration legal programs have a range of staffing options. Programs may employ licensed attorneys, law graduates, fully accredited representatives, partially accredited representatives, nonaccredited immigration counselors, support staff, interns, and volunteers.
This third part of a seven-part webinar series on immigration program management will explore the pros and cons of staffing choices and how to optimize your program’s performance with careful staffing. The presenters are Jack Holmgren, Field Support Coordinator and Laura Burdick, Project Coordinator for CLINIC’s Center for Citizenship and Immigrant Communities. This webinar is free. You pay only for the long-distance telephone charges.
This webinar is intended for experienced program directors and also for start-up programs seeking to grow. Future webinars will present topics contained in CLINIC’s immigration program management training manual, including: Board of Immigration Appeals agency recognition and staff accreditation; case management systems; managing financial performance; outreach and marketing; and advocacy.
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