Are you looking for opportunities to volunteer your time?
The American Constitution Society can help you get involved.
Welcome to the ACS Volunteer page! If you’re looking for a way to contribute to the progressive resistance, you’ve come to the right place. Through our volunteer efforts, we connect lawyers and law students across the country to opportunities tailored to their interests, skills, and schedule. We are constantly looking for volunteers for ongoing research and pro bono projects and would love your help. Information on some of our current projects can be found below. Please email us at [email protected] if you’d like to help! Also, if you know of any volunteer opportunities or trainings where our members could be helpful, please send an email to [email protected] with the details. Thank you for supporting our efforts!
- ACS has an immediate need for volunteers to help with an ongoing vetting project. The project entails researching the background of a few political nominees. It should only take a few hours of time and mostly requires use of the internet. If you are interested in volunteering, please email [email protected].
- You can help educate the rising generation on constitutional issues by volunteering with ACS's Constitution in the Classroom Program. Volunteers help teach a lesson to elementary, middle, and high school students around Consitution Day in September. ACS provides instructions, lesson plans, and pocket constitutions for the students. Find out more here and sign-up to volunteer here.
- The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is seeking volunteers to help with their Election Protection program Volunteer can help by answering voters’ questions and respond to issues though the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline and responding to and monitor voting problems at the polls in targeted locations as they arise. Election Protection will be active throughout 2017 in several municipal, state, and special elections. If you are interested in these volunteer opportunities, please email [email protected] with your name, preferred email, and zip code.
- The National Women's Law Center is looking for attorneys to help with various projects. You can join their Women's Legal Network here to find out about specific opportunities.
- The Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition is seeking volunteers who speak Spanish, French or Arabic to help answer its detention line. If you are able to help, please visit https://www.caircoalition.org/how-to-help/volunteering.