SOUL is a unique sports based educational program that works in DC public schools, using sports as a pedagogical tool for academic, professional, and personal development. SOUL is looking for dedicated individuals like you who are committed to working with at risk youth to help foster socially empowered young leaders. SOUL seeks tutors to work with middle and high school students on Mondays and Thursdays from 3-5pm. Tutors will work with students on academics as well as college and professional readiness. SOUL also works to expose our students to as many career opportunities and experiences as possible, so if you have an idea for an excursion or career exploration experience that you would like to facilitate we would love to hear from you! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join the IRC on Saturday, August 29 for a training with the Employment Justice Center (EJC) to prepare volunteers for their Workers’ Rights Clinics held on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The EJC seeks Spanish and Amharic speakers to volunteer at their Workers’ Rights Clinics.
This training will prepare volunteers for any of EJC’s 3 Workers’ Rights Clinics: every Wednesday from 6-9pm at Bread For the City’s NW office, and every other Friday (12-4pm) and Saturday (10am-1pm).
Volunteers will conduct legal intake with low-income workers to assess their eligibility to make workers’ compensation and other employment claims. Volunteers should be able to commit to 1 clinic per month during the Fall semester.
This is a great opportunity to get hands-on legal experience working with clients, give back to the low-income immigrant community, and gain hours toward your Pro Bono Pledge.
Training for Workers’ Rights Clinic, Employment Justice Center
Saturday, August 29, 2015
MLK Library (901 G St NW, Washington, DC 20001)
Please email Katherine Beck at email@example.com directly if you are interested in participating or if you have any questions. You must register in advance of the training
Interested volunteers should attend the August Intake Volunteer Training. All new volunteers are required to attend an Intake Volunteer training regardless of background and experience.
The next training is on:
Wednesday, August 29th, 10:00AM-12:00PM, MLK Library at 901 G Street NW
For more information email Heather Kryzak, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Amara Legal Center is in need of pro bono attorneys who are licensed to practice in Virginia who are interested in representing survivors of sex trafficking in family law or criminal cases in Northern Virginia. We also need volunteers from a diverse range of backgrounds. For more details contact Cara Gardner.
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The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center’s Advice & Referral Clinic is a great way to provide pro bono service without an open-ended time commitment, and it’s also ideal for government attorneys. At the clinic, individuals bring legal questions and seek guidance about their options. With the help of subject-matter experts who are on hand, you’ll have the chance to help clients take the first steps toward resolving their legal problems.
Saturday, August 8th, 9:30AM-1:00PM Bread for the City, Southeast Center (1640 Good Hope Road SE)
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Unity Health Care, Inc. (Unity) was founded in 1985 as the Health Care for the Homeless Project providing primary health care services to homeless individuals and families that resided in local emergency shelters or on the streets of the District of Columbia. Unity’s patient base now includes the underserved, uninsured and working poor residents of the city. Unity’s mission is to promote healthier communities through compassion and comprehensive health and human services, regardless of ability to pay.
Community Volunteers are a vital component at Unity Health Care, Inc. Community Volunteers participate in functions that are not direct service with patients but are extremely vital to the organization.
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Thrive DC works to prevent and end homelessness by providing vulnerable individuals a comprehensive range of services to help stabilize their lives.
Thrive DC New Volunteer Orientation
At these exciting events attendees gain a deeper understanding of how Thrive DC works within our community, learn how to become more involved, and network with fellow supports. Thrive DC will provide an an insider view of our programs in action.
St. Stephen’s and the Incarnation Episcopal Church (1525 Newton Street NW)
Tuesday, July 21st, 10:30AM-11:30AM Thursday, July 23rd, 4:00PM-5:00PM
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