Access to justice jobs: SUYI Citizenship Project Coordinator

March 26, 2012 at 10:24 pm 1 comment

Position Available: Student Coordinator

Open to:  All law students

Time Commitment:  10-15 hours per week beginning in mid-May 2012 through mid-May 2013

Compensation:  $11.05/hour (work-study preferred, but not required)

Application Process:  Email a resume and a cover letter detailing interest in the Student Coordinator position, commitment to social justice, and any applicable experience to the contact person below

Application Deadline:  April 13, 2012

Contact Person: Maria Leininger, Citizenship Project Coordinator (leining1@seattleu.edu)

Read more about the position here


 

The SUYI Citizenship Project is a law student-run program where law school student volunteers teach a free citizenship class to people in the Yesler Terrace neighborhood interested in taking the United States Citizenship test.

 

 

Read more about the positions of SUYI Citizenship Project Coordinator
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  • 1. fred  |  March 28, 2012 at 7:05 pm

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