General Volunteer


Posted: November 18, 2016

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus offers unique volunteer opportunities for individuals interested in public interest work and community law practice. Volunteers are generally assigned tasks in administration and fundraising/development and are supervised by both legal and non-legal staff.


  • Detail-oriented with outstanding administrative/clerical skills
  • Strong interest and commitment to social justice and non-profit work
  • Bilingual skills in Asian and Pacific Islander language(s) are preferred.  Bilingual volunteers will be assigned accordingly to program staff depending on language ability.
  • Availability during regular office hours from 9am-5pm.  Student volunteers may receive college credit or receive work-study.

Tasks may include the following but are not limited to:



  • Client translations/translate Community Education materials into Asian languages
  • Update and maintain program archives/databases/ informational brochures
  • Assist in community education presentations and community outreach
  • Write reports, draft correspondence and press releases
  • Video editing, Graphic design and Photoshop




  • Answering phones/reception/data entry
  • Update and maintain filing system
  • Word processing- correspondence, memos, pleadings, thank-you notes, etc.




  • Data entry
  • Administrative support to Development program
  • Special events – preparation and planning


Interested candidates may submit a resume and a cover letter explaining his/her interest in volunteering to  We will be in contact if there is a need for your assistance. Thank you for your interest in Advancing Justice -ALC!

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