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Center for Victim and Human Rights Volunteer

Non-Profit Intern, Law Clerk, Committee Volunteer, or Project Volunteer

Monday – Friday/9 – 5; Some weekends Committee volunteers meet in the afternoons/evenings; Project volunteers can have a flexible schedule; Law Clerks or Interns must be available during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 9-5)


The Center for Victim and Human Rights (CVHR) has a need for the following:

– Non-profit Management Internships with a focus on outreach and fundraising;

– Pro Bono Law Clerks (Must be current law student or have studied law previously);

– Committee Volunteers for Fundraising and Cultivation Committees

– Project-based work, specifically for graphic marketing/design, translation, and other projects


Does that sound like you? If you are interested in signing up or learning more, contact Emily Djabi at Emily.Djabi@cvhr.org.

About the Center for Victim and Human Rights


Center for Victim and Human Rights is a legal services organization working to empower and advance the safety of victims through legal representation and educational outreach, having provided legal representation, ranging from counsel and advice to full attorney representation at hearings, to over 2,500 clients since 2008.


These services are provided through two programs: (1) the Crime Victim Rights Program, and (2) the Human Rights Program. The Crime Victim Rights Program provides legal representation in: humanitarian immigration matters such as filing for visas; protection order procurement and enforcement to protect victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking; and joint paternity-protection order cases to address child-related matters in cases where domestic violence is a central factor.  The Human Rights Program provides legal representation to those seeking asylum from persecution in their home countries as well as special immigrant juveniles, who have been abandoned by their parents and are without legal status. In addition to the direct services provided under both programs, CVHR provides training and educational outreach to the community generally and to partner organizations and various agencies throughout the state.

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