Towards Justice actively seeks volunteers, staff, fundraisers, collaborating attorneys, and supporters. There are so many ways you can help protect workers’ rights!
If you are interested in applying, fill out the form below with your contact information and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume attached and any further details regarding your interest.
Towards Justice welcomes assistance enhancing our communications, raising funds, and keeping our office in order. If you are interested in getting involved in any of these ways, please send your resume to email@example.com, and include information about your interest and availability.
Bilingual Intake Volunteers (Spanish & English):
Towards Justice trains bilingual volunteers to assist us with client intake interviews. This opportunity is ideal for an individual comfortable communicating in both Spanish and English who is interested in protecting low-wage, immigrant workers from employment law abuses. The Volunteer will have the opportunity to interact directly with potential clients, develop detailed factual records, and update case tracking systems. Towards Justice conducts Bilingual Legal Intake Volunteer trainings throughout the year based on demand. The training prepares Bilingual Legal Intake Volunteers to collect sufficient information about client complaints to allow Towards Justice attorneys to fully analyze their legal claims. Once trained, Bilingual Legal Intake Volunteers commit to volunteering with Towards Justice for three to five hours per week for approximately 10 weeks.
If you are interested in attending a training, or would like more information, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include “Bilingual Legal Intake Volunteer” in the subject line.
Pro Bono Attorneys:
Towards Justice actively recruits attorneys willing to volunteer their time and expertise to help litigate wage justice cases. Pro bono attorney relationships are structured in two ways, either (1) the attorney provides research and drafting support that is directly supervised by Towards Justice attorneys, or (2) the pro bono attorney takes on a wage justice case referred by Towards Justice, and relies on Towards Justice to provide training and technical assistance throughout the litigation. If you are interested in getting involved in this way, please send your resume to email@example.com, and include “Pro Bono Attorney” in the subject line.
Private Collaborating Attorneys Network:
Towards Justice has become a tremendous community resource, not only because it provides direct legal services, but also because it helps low-wage workers access justice. To do this, Towards Justice refers workers with substantial claims that may be absorbed by the private market to its Private Collaborating Attorneys Network. Towards Justice provides technical assistance to Private Collaborating Attorneys, and training to first-time collaborators. If you are interested in receiving case referrals through our Private Collaborating Attorneys Network, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, a note describing your legal experience and practice, and include “Private Collaborating Attorneys Network” in the subject line.
Just Wages Navigators:
Navigators will be trained to assist Colorado workers as they pursue wage theft claims through the newly created adjudicative process at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE). The Just Wages Navigator program will help wage theft victims to gather information, complete, submit and follow-up on wage theft claims.