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We have many volunteer opportunities for undergraduates. If you are looking for a specific experience or opportunity that you don’t see below, contact our Pro Bono Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504.529.1000 ext. 230.
This past summer, Hannah, a rising senior from Tulane University, volunteered full-time at SLLS to support the organizations fundraising efforts. During her internship, she discovered her passion for both community outreach and fundraising.
Hannah actively participated in weekly strategy sessions and played a crucial role in planning and executing our annual fundraising pub quiz. Thanks to her, SLLS exceeded its fundraising goals that night and had an exceptionally successful evening.
"With the unconditional support of Gwynne Mashon and Laura Tuggle, I had the freedom and guidance to ask questions, propose new ideas, and discover the integrity and pure love inherent in helping underserved Louisiana citizens navigate the justice system." - Hannah
Students are paired with our Executive Director and Fundraising Manager for a wide range of opportunities dedicated to supporting SLLS and its capacity to serve. Tasks may include assisting in writing reports, coordinating events, fundraising support, grant writing, social media, or developing communications content. Students with strong writing abilities who are passionate about social justice are encouraged to apply. Students will also have the opportunity to observe some court proceedings.
The Pro Bono program oversees volunteer efforts of attorneys, undergraduates, law students, and other professionals throughout the organization. This volunteer will help develop new materials, create and follow up on surveys, and assist in a wide variety of tasks to help support pro bono efforts. Students have the opportunity to observe court proceedings. There are also opportunities in our Covington office.
Students are paired with attorneys from SLLS different law units and/or attorneys. Tasks would include administrative duties such as contacting clients, general case follow-up, filing/auditing and case management support. Students will also have the opportunity to observe court proceedings. All six SLLS offices have available internship opportunities.