Iota Phi Lambda, Sorority, Inc. has entered into a partnership with Census Bureau. We will assist to raise awareness in our communities and to ensure that we are represented in the U.S. Census count. We are seeking to make an impact by helping to ensure an accurate count of the people in our community. We will also participate to raise awareness of the U.S. Census.
What? When? How?
We're Hiring for Census 2020!
The Census Bureau is hiring up to 500,000 temporary, part-time census takers for the 2020 Census in communities across the country. The positions offer competitive pay, flexible hours, paid training, and weekly paychecks. Apply Now
Help Spread the Word
Earn Extra Money: Could you use a little extra income? Jobs for the 2020 Census offer competitive wages that are paid weekly. Authorized expenses, such as mileage, are reimbursed for employees doing fieldwork.
Fit Your Schedule: Temporary positions for the 2020 Census feature flexible hours—a perfect fit if you are looking to earn a little extra money, even if you already have other commitments.
Be a Part of History: Every 10 years since 1790, the United States has undertaken the momentous task of counting all of its residents. This is your chance to play a role in this massive operation.
2020 Census Jobs site: 2020census.gov/jobs
2020 Census Recruitment Resources
Responding to the 2020 Census is easy, safe, and important. Learn more about the questions that will be asked and how your answers will be used. Your personal information is kept confidential.
When Is the 2020 Census?
March 2020: Most households in the U.S. are sent an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. You are encouraged to respond as soon as possible.
May 2020: The Census Bureau begins following up with homes that have not responded.
How Can I Complete My Census
You have three options for responding:
Once a decade, America comes together to count every resident in the United States, creating national awareness of the importance of the census and its valuable statistics. The decennial census was first taken in 1790, as mandated by the Constitution.