As part of our mission to work for systemic reforms that strengthen employment rights and expand access to the justice system for all working people, we are helping develop and train the next generation of employment and immigration rights advocates – workers, students, lawyers, and community members.
Several local schools have internship courses to work at local non-profit organizations like the EJC. If you are currently a student and are interested in being an intern in our Austin office please take a look at the available position. If any of them interest you please fill out the form at the end of this page.
Immigration Case Management Internship Description
Workers' Rights Undergraduate Internship
The Equal Justice Center often receives invaluable assistance from volunteers. The specific volunteer skills that we can effectively use will vary from time to time. If you don’t see a current volunteer opportunity below that fits your skills or interests, please come back and check this page again for updates.
Past EJC volunteers have included:
- Local attorneys providing pro bono litigation services and/or training to EJC staff;
- Interpretation and translation for clients and at know-your-rights trainings;
- Intake and outreach work at DACA clinics;
- Fundraising and event planning;
If you are interested in volunteering or being an intern, or just getting more information about that, we invite you to fill out this form.