Help wanted: Case manager retirees for refugee children from US-Mexico border seeking asylum

Are you a retired Children’s Social Worker who wants to help little ones seeking asylum at the US-Mexico border … but you don’t even know where to start?

Look no further.

Non-profit organization ALMA Family Services is asking our union to help with recruiting on-site Specialized Case Managers.

These are paid opportunities located in Pomona, California.

Click here to learn how to apply.

It’s easy to see why our retired CSWs are trusted with handling such sensitive duties. We can hit the ground running.

Our retirees are seasoned professionals.

We’re experienced in conducting high-quality case assessments – developing thorough individualized service plans – placing vulnerable youth in appropriate settings – and keeping all necessary stakeholders in the loop.

That’s why we’re hoping all SEIU 721 CSW retirees will consider being part of this unprecedented national effort to help a new wave of minor refugees applying for asylum.

Click here to learn how to apply.

ALMA Family Services is specifically seeking:

  • Individuals with a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, mental health, social welfare or other related field of studies.
  • BA-level and MA-level individuals who also are members of our union, SEIU Local 721.

We’re confident that retirees from SEIU 721 will step up to be a critical part of the safety net for vulnerable young children who desperately need our help … and who have nowhere else to turn.

Click here to learn how to apply.

We hope this sounds like a fitting role for you during this chapter in your life – and we thank you for considering it.

Together, we rise.

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