Bread for the City

The best way to get started as an individual volunteer is to attend an upcoming Volunteer Information Session.

To sign up for a Volunteer Information Session, please email volunteer@breadforthecity.org or call 202-595-7865 to connect with a Volunteer Coordinator.

Check here for upcoming volunteer sessions.

Alumni Pro Bono – Community Economic Development Project at the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program

The Community Economic Development Project at the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program is excited to announce new volunteer opportunities and the Small Business Brief Advice Legal Clinics. The CED Project’s mission is to provide legal assistance to community-based nonprofit organizations and small business entrepreneurs serving low-income communities or who are economically disadvantaged. If interested please email Darryl Maxwell. Upcoming clinics:

DCRA, 1100 4th Street NW
Wednesday, July 15th, 5:00PM-7:30PM

Alumni Pro Bono – Children’s Law Center Training

Become a Children’s Law Center pro bono attorney and help one of DC’s most vulnerable children develop a solid foundation of family, health, and education. Attend an upcoming pro bono training and learn more about our work and how you can become involved from Children’s Law Center’s experienced staff members on
Wednesday, July 22nd, 12:00PM – 1:00PM
Lunch and Law Teleconference: Child Witness Issues 

Gideon’s Promise – Volunteers Needed

Thursday, June 18th, 6:00PM – 9:00PM
4:00PM: Two volunteers to set up for Igniting Change: Our Evening Cocktail Soiree. Basic duties will be setting up decor, registration area, and assisting with a/v equipment. The set up volunteers can just stay for set up or throughout the duration of the event (optional)

5:30PM: One volunteer Greeter at the Door. Greet guests as they arrive and escort them to the registration area-if-need

Two volunteers for Registration for pre-registered guests. There will be 1-2 tables–depending on the number of guests. Guests are listed on a roster and will have to check in to receive their name badges and be directed to the elevators.

One volunteer to be the Greeter at the Top of the Stairs. After guests check-in, they will proceed to the elevators where a greeter will be waiting to direct them.

If interested in volunteering email Professor Davis angelad@wcl.american.edu

AARP Summer Internship

We seek an energetic, highly motivated student – preferably a rising 3L — to assist our experienced, three-person team of anti-discrimination lawyers with work on plaintiffs-side litigation and amicus briefs in the areas of age and disability employment discrimination. Continue reading

Fair Elections Network Summer Internship

The Fair Elections Legal Network has a last-minute opening for a current or recently graduated law student for a full-time legal internship this summer.

Primary responsibility will be to support the work of the legal staff to identify and respond to legal and administrative obstacles to voter participation. Duties will include performing legal research and analysis for legislation, reports, and litigation, including a lawsuit challenging Tennessee’s refusal to accept student ID cards as voter ID; identifying and analyzing relevant legal, rulemaking, or legislative proceedings; and interacting with election reform organizations and key election officials. Continue reading

Torture Abolition and Survivor Support Coalition Summer Internship

TASSC International, through its Pro-Bono Asylum Program (PBAP) provides low-cost legal services to asylum seeking torture survivors in the United States. TASSC is a coalition of torture survivors, representing various countries and diverse ethnic groups.  Continue reading