How do you say, "I am an Advocate"? Submit a 2-6 second video or YouTube link of you and/or your friends and family saying "I am an advocate" or "We are advocates." For every video we receive, an anonymous donor will give $1 toward ending human trafficking and ensuring fair and just immigration laws. To participate, click here.
The success of The Advocates lies in our members, interns, and volunteers. It is through the volunteer efforts of people like you that we are able to make a difference on so many issues affecting the human rights of people around the world and right here in our community. We welcome your involvement.
There are several ongoing volunteer opportunities at The Advocates, including:
Click here to read the volunteer opportunity descriptions and sign-up. When you join one or more of our volunter email lists, we will send you email notices when new volunteer opportunities become available. Join the General Volunteer Opportunites listserv to learn more about what you can do to promote and protect human rights. If you're interested in learning more about a specific issue that The Advocates works on, join one or more of our e-lists.
You may also send email inquiries to [email protected]. Thank you for your interest in supporting the work of The Advocates!
If you are interested in becoming an intern at The Advocates, please click here.
Interested in volunteering for The Advocates for Human Rights? Come to a one-hour orientation on July 8th at 9:00am at The Advocates' office to learn how you can volunteer your time and talent. Volunteers are needed for a wide variety of projects, including research, legal representation, medical assessments, photography/videography, graphic design, interpretation, and more. Staff will describe upcoming volunteer needs and answer questions. Questions, please contact Rosalyn Park, 612-341-3302 ext. 106 or [email protected].
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