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Announcements

A lot goes on with pro bono and community service at Georgetown, and Georgetown students do even more out in the community. To the right, you'll find a complete record of the various events and occurrences the Office of Pro Bono Programs has highlighted with special announcements over the years.

2014 Home Court Fellowship - Application now open! 1/7/14
The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless is looking to select up to 5 dedicated and qualified Georgetown Law students to serve as Lane Evans Home Court Fellows during the 2014 spring semester.
AARP LCE Seeks Pro Bono Help 1/27/14
AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly seeks law student assistance with their Ombudsman and Schedule H Programs.
Arlington Public Defender Seeking Winter Interns 11/20/13
The Arlington County Public Defender is seeking 2 or 3 part or full-time unpaid volunteers/interns over winter break (and possibly longer).
Community Tax Aid - Volunteer Registration now Open 12/3/13
The DC Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign (DC EITC) provides thousands of low-income DC residents with no-cost tax preparation and connections to asset building opportunities. Sign up now to volunteer this tax season!
DC Books to Prisons Book Drive 11/20/13
GULC Student Organizations are sponsoring a book drive for the DC Books to Prisons Project. Collection boxes will be located in McDonough and Gewirz.
DC Hunger Solutions seeking SNAP/Food Stamp Outreach Specialists 1/7/14
Volunteer to help low-income DC residents enroll in DC's SNAP/Food Stamp program this tax season.
DC Hypothermia Hotline Now Live 11/20/13
DC’s Hypothermia Hotline is now live! If you see or meet someone who is in need of blankets, shelter or other assistance, please call 1-800-535-7572.
DC Safe Court Watch 3/19/14
Volunteer to observe and provide feedback on Civil Protection Order court hearings.
Georgetown Supplies Afghan Schools 3/16/12
Georgetown Supplies Afghan Schools
Headline 2 3/8/12
This is another headline the Pro Bono Office has released.
Headline 3 3/9/12
Testing the new feeding feature.
Headline 4 3/9/12
Another syndication test...
Hogar Immigrant Services Citizenship Workshops 3/5/13
Hogar seeks law student volunteers to assist with their monthly citizenship workshops.
House of Ruth Seeks Volunteer Legal Advocates 3/19/14
The House of Ruth seeks volunteer legal advocates to work at various MD legal offices supporting victims of domestic violence.
KIND Seeks Spanish Speaking Volunteers 2/14/13
Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) seeks Spanish speaking law student volunteers to assist with client intake interviews in youth deportation defense cases.
Know Your Rights Training and Outreach 11/20/13
The Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless is holding a training on Wednesday, December 4th for anyone interested in volunteering to provide "know your rights" outreach to singles and families during hypothermia season.
Mary House After School Program Seeks Volunteers 11/20/13
Mary House’s after school program is looking for regular tutors/mentors that can volunteer once a week to help kids with homework and supervise games.
NCSAB Seeks 2L and 3L volunteers 2/14/13
The National Council of State Agencies for the Blind seeks 2L and 3L volunteers to help summarize and index federal arbitration decisions to assist blind entrepreneurs.
Street Law Annual Mock Trial Tournament 2/11/13
Earn Pro Bono credit for serving as a judge for the Street Law Clinic's annual Mock Trial Tournament, March 21 & 28, 2013. For additional info or to sign up, visit: http://apps.law.georgetown.edu/forms/?formid=199.
Take Back Your Home Community Canvassing 3/5/13
Take Back Your Home uses community outreach and partnerships with legal services groups to inform tenants and homeowners of their legal rights, providing these individuals with resources to fight foreclosures and increase communication with banks. Volunteers are needed to participate in Saturday community canvasses.
Take Back Your Home Foreclosure Prevention 3/19/14
Volunteer to reach out to homeowners facing possible foreclosure in Prince George’s County, and alert them to their rights and available resources.
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The Trevor Project seeks Pro Bono Interns/Volunteers 1/27/14
The Trevor Project seeks Pro Bono Interns/Volunteers
Volunteer for Casa de MD DACA Clinics 3/19/14
CASA de MD seeks volunteers to help with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration clinics on March 29th or May 10th.
Volunteer with Capital Area Immigrants Rights Coalition (CAIR) 1/10/14
CAIR Coalition seeks law student pro bono help to staff detention hotlines, conduct jail visits and perform credible fear interviews. Flexible hours and training provided!
Volunteer with TLDEF 2/12/13
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Network is looking for law student volunteers interested in promoting transgender equal rights. Contact Anna Smith at ans83@law.georgetown.edu to volunteer.
Whitman Walker Legal Clinic 8/27/14
Law student volunteers are needed on Monday, September 8th to help with walk-in legal clinic to complete healthcare powers of attorney for Whitman Walker clients.
Yet another announcement 3/9/12
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