Funding and Employment



The Language Access Coordinator will prepare and facilitate a hybrid language access training course for teams of NC local governments and community partners. This position will support teams to conduct self-assessments, access demographic data, and design and implement action plans. Ideal candidates will have experience in the areas of interpretation and translation, teaching or training (particularly on virtual platforms), and language access/justice best practices. To read more about the position apply, visit the UNC Human Resources page:
Please direct any questions to Hannah Gill,

The Bilingual Program Coordinator will coordinate and provide administration of the BIC Community Partners, a program that supports NC local governments to conduct a community assessment, facilitate a participatory planning process engaging local immigrant residents, and implement of plans. Ideal candidates have experience in community engagement, demographic research (qualitative and/or quantitative), NC immigration issues, and strong written and oral communication skills. To read more about the position and apply, visit the UNC Human Resources page:

Please direct any questions to Hannah Gill,

ISA Funding

Check out funding from the Institute for the Study of the Americas



Join our team! Get valuable professional experience relevant to communications and multimedia work, website development, or copy-editing, writing, and publishing. Take on themed projects that connect to your interests and abilities.

This position is offered as an unpaid internship for professional experience. A 10-25 hour per week commitment is expected. Interns may work in the ISA office suite or remotely, depending on the requirements of the position.

To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter detailing which internship is the best fit for you and why you would be the ideal candidate to Hannah Gill. Open until filled, apply immediately for priority consideration.

The Spotlight

We are hiring!
ISA’s Building Integrated Communities program is excited to hire two full-time bilingual positions and expand our team. The positions are based at UNC Chapel Hill and are grant-funded for a three year period with health insurance and benefits.
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