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Apply to be Project Coordinator

Mobility International USA (MIUSA) administers the ‘RightsNow! Strong Communities through Enforcing the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’ project in partnership with a U.S. Consortium of three leading organizations.The project is currently working in six countries: Armenia, Guatemala, Kenya, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam. RightsNow! is funded by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the U.S. Department of State.

Applications are due by June 26, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST) for initial consideration and screening. Late applications accepted after initial deadline until position is filled.

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There's #LifeAfterExchange: Linking Disability, Employability and International Exchange

By venturing to other countries, people with disabilities have demonstrated to themselves - and the world - that they are independent and successful, resilient and adaptable. They've gone on to work in the fields of law, disability advocacy, international education, journalism, and more. Their stories show how international exchange can be a profoundly transformative experience for those with disabilities—and their careers, skill sets, and personal development.