Indigenous Language Interpreter Program Coordinator
Organization Summary: The
Mixteco/Indígena Community Organizing Project unites indigenous immigrant
leaders and allies to aid and empower Ventura County’s indigenous Mexican
community. We develop community
leadership, advocate for greater access and equality, and improve educational
and health outcomes.
Position Summary: The
Interpreter Coordinator will join MICOP’s central office team as a valuable
part of our efforts to promote linguistic access and justice for the indigenous
community in Ventura County.&...
DESCRIPCION DE TRABAJO
Titulo: Organizador Comunitario de Labor
Reportar a: Organizador Comunitario
Pago por hora: $17/hora - 18/hora +Beneficios (Dental, Seguranza de Salud, PTO, &
10 días festivos)
ACERCA DE LA ORGANIZACION:
La Organización Comunitaria de Proyecto Mixteco/Indigena fue fundada
en el 2001 con la misión de apoyar, organizar y empoderar a la comunidad
indígena migrante en el Condado de Ventura a través de la lucha por el acceso a
la salud, ...
CulturePosted: April 11, 2019 by HipLatina/ Story by Araceli Cruz
Ventura County sits just above the Los Angeles area and below Santa Barbara. It’s a gorgeous place that is made up of beaches, mountains, and fields. It’s also home to 20,000 indigenous Oaxacan people who have planted their roots there since the 1970s. These people work there, go to school there, and cultivate the sprawling agricultural landscape — but for the most part, they are often an overlooked community. While there are various immigration groups to support them, there’s also a radio station that is promoting their indigenous culture and educating the commun...