Volunteer to Support the Immigrant Vote

Do you want to impact the next election by helping your community? NYCDC is looking for well-organized and energetic volunteers for its innovative voter engagement work to increase turnout in neighborhoods, with a focus on underrepresented immigrant communities. The position’s primary function is to conduct outreach in Flatbush, East Flatbush, Canarsie, and Queens Village through in-person door knocking and phone banking. This is a great opportunity for volunteers to participate in non-partisan voter engagement work for the upcoming elections season. You will also build community leadership skills while interacting with local immigrant communities.

If you have any questions please call
(844)-NYC-DC00 or (844)-692-2200.
Click here to fill out an application

Citizenship Application Assistance

Since inception NYCDC and HABNET have been helping United States residents become citizens through its Civic Education Program and Citizenship Application Assistance Workshops. Individuals who have held a residency status for at least five years can attend a workshop held every third Sunday of the month for help filling out their application forms and talk to a legal counselor over concerns with their application. Residents who currently receive MedicAid may be eligible to apply for a fee waiver. Language interpretation may be provided upon request.