- Flexible work schedule
- Opportunity to work with other students.
- Behind the scenes production of graduation, convocation, exclusive Chancellor's events, and dignitary visits.
- Attendance at Chancellor events at the University House
- Hands-on work (i.e., inventory management, event prep, gift management)
- Learn more about our unit here here
Position: Reception/Legal Assistant
Full Time: 8 hours per day, M-F
Salary and benefits: DOE
Who we are:
At Salinas Law Group we practice law to help people. With three attorneys and one legal assistant - we
are a small but established civil rights law firm that handles issues such as discrimination, landlord-tenant
issues like wrongful eviction, wage & hour matters, unlawful termination, etc. We take pride in our
devotion to justice and in fighting for the disadvantaged: the harassed employee; the tenant who lives in
deplorable conditions; the persons who are not paid what they are owed; the employee who’s been
discriminated against because of language barriers, color of their skin, gender, sexual orientation, etc. In
short, we fight for the underdog and marginalized. If you are passionate about social justice, you are
encouraged to apply.
Please visit our website to learn more about us: www.ssrplaw.com
• Traditional paralegal work in a fast-paced environment
• Clerical/Administrative and Legal Support: copying, filing, mailing, organizing, ordering supplies
• Completing intakes for potential new clients, including telephone, email, live chat, and in person
• Collect, compile, and organize documents in person or electronically in all formats
• Case support that involves working one-on-one with clients and attorneys. Must be able to handle
assignment deadlines with organization and a level mind. If you can’t handle stress - please don’t apply!
• Out-of-office activities including errands, document delivery, court filings, and the occasional lunch
• Bilingual in Spanish
• Demonstrated communication skills
• Comfortable and professional on the phone and in person with clients
• Self-motivated and willing to be flexible
• Able to prioritize and multi-task
• Advanced Microsoft Word and Excel
• Comfortable using a fax machine, copier/scanner and our cloud software system
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no calls and thank
you for your interest in our firm.
Student panelists include: Malachi Tran (Arts + Design Student Council), Nassirah Nelson (Platform Artspace, Fung Fellowship), Grace Hunzicker (Creative Residencies for Emerging Artists Teaching Empowerment), and Valerie V. Ekko (Jacobs Innovation Catalyst Grant), Brandon James Yung & Sam Greenberg (Telegraph for People organization) .
This event is part of the new campus series "Interventions & Innovations: Undergraduates in Conversation About Their Discovery Projects" hosted by the Discovery Hub.
The Career Center is hiring new Peer Advisors! Positions start in fall 2022 and will continue through spring 2023. Peer Advisors serve in an integral role at the Career Center as they are a first point of contact for all who enter our department and serve as ambassadors for the Career Center all over campus!
Working directly with and supervised by two staff Career Counselors, Peer Advisors are trained to be extremely knowledgeable about Career Center services and counseling techniques. Peer Advisors assist students through providing daily customer service in the Career Center, one-on-one drop-in support, and workshops.
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The job responsibilities include:
- Assisting with registration in the morning, distributing name tags, and checking vaccination cards
- Making sure the registration and food/beverage tables remain attractive
- Guiding our guests between the two Hearst parking garages, North Gate Hall, Sibley Hall, and Stanley Hall
- Mic running during and before panels
- Assisting with parking and transportation (driving golf cart, distributing parking passes, etc.)
Senior Prog Consultant
Remote Volunteer Opportunity
Spring and/or summer 2022
The John Paul Stevens Foundation
The John Paul Stevens Foundation seeks to build a more just and equitable society.
As a living tribute to US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, the Foundation
works to protect and promote democracy and the rule of law, access to justice, and
equality by supporting law students, lawyers, and others working in the public
Remote Volunteer Opportunity
The Foundation is undergoing exciting growth, preparing to welcome its 25th class
of Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellows, law students who work with
nonprofit and government agencies over the summer. This year, the Foundation
expects to almost double the number of Fellows in 2022; at least 150 Fellows will be
pursuing public interest Fellowships throughout the US this summer.
The Foundation is seeking either one or two remote volunteers to assist virtually
with our Summer 2022 programming. At this time, the activities needing volunteer
assistance include the following:
- Communications Support: this work would be focused on preparing images and
information needed for a social media announcement in early July 2022, including
creating images for social media posts using a template in Canva.com, conducting
online research to identify social media handles for public interest organizations, and
uploading 2022 Stevens Fellows information into the back end of the Foundation’s
website for the searchable database.
- Research and Writing: this work would be focused on pulling together quotes from
Justice Stevens’ opinions and writings on subject matter areas that Stevens Fellows
are working on this summer (e.g. 2nd Amendment, voting rights, ending the death
penalty), preparing social media and other possible communications pieces on these
subject matter areas, reviewing all articles (e.g. podcasts, videos) about Justice
Stevens following his death and created a curated list of quotes and other
statements about him for use in future communications about the Justice to Stevens
Fellows, attend 4 virtual events that the Foundation is producing for the 2022 Stevens
Fellows, researching evaluation models for Fellowship programs
- Alumni Fellows online research: Researching alumni Stevens Fellows via LinkedIn
and Google searches to either find where they are working now (for recent law
school graduates) or update their employment information (if we have it already)
This volunteer opportunity is entirely virtual and all work can be done remotely
according to a schedule agreed upon by the volunteer and the Foundation. This
volunteer opportunity is ideal for individuals interested in pursuing a career in law,
public policy, and/or public service.
How to Become a Volunteer
Please email your resume, contact information for 1-2 references, and volunteer
availability (e.g. estimate of hours per week or month) between now (March 2022)
and September 2022, which includes those only available in Spring 2022 (March-May
2022) and those only available in Summer 2022 (May-September 2022), to
email@example.com. Direct any questions to
firstname.lastname@example.org, no phone calls please.