Join the KIND Team

Are You the Next KIND Team Member?

We are searching for dedicated individuals with a passion and commitment for uniting their talent and expertise with the growing needs of unaccompanied migrant children navigating the U.S. immigration system alone. KIND has an organization-wide commitment to holistic wellness, diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to create a work environment where everyone has a sense of belonging. Individuals from historically underrepresented or underserved communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Job Postings


"As a Regional Director for the Legal Programs Team I supervise six of KIND’s managing attorneys. I assist them with all aspects of field office management including programmatic support, organizational development, performance, casework, growth leadership, metrics tracking, funding, budgets and communication. Supporting and working in partnership with KIND’s managing attorneys is one of the highlights of my role as Regional Director! "
Priya Konings, Esq. Regional Director for Legal Services, South
"I love the fact that I get to work every day with people who want to bring good into the world. I know that even in the darkest days, I will have a reason to smile and joke around because of the camaraderie and inherently good nature of the people around me. I also look forward to the opportunity to work on challenging legal issues, as immigration policies continue to change with time. Our work is not easy, so having the right environment is crucial. I’m so grateful to get to work with my KIND colleagues. They really are the main reason I have stayed all this time. "
Salma F. Hasan, Esq. Supervising Attorney
"It is hard to distinguish one particular achievement as there have been so many fulfilling experiences over the last five and a half years. In 2018, I was also able to work with pro bono attorneys in New York who were assisting a group of the separated children to prevent their immediate removal. Seeing their dedication and being able to play a small role towards resolution of the children’s cases was an honor. The following year I received a voice message from one of the little girls who had been separated from her mother at the border. She said, “Thank you for helping me be with my mother again.” Despite the harrowing circumstances that brought me to work with that family, it is messages like those that remind me why I do this work."
Alexandra Peredo Carroll Deputy Director, Planning and Performance

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