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Public Advocacy Volunteer

Would you like to help the ACLU at public events like rallies and talks, canvassing and public education, or with topical research? If so, please consider volunteering with our Public Advocacy Department.

 

Public Advocacy volunteers are an integral part of moving the work of the ACLU forward.  To learn about how you can volunteer, please fill out your information and we will be back in touch with you.

If you have specific questions about the program, you can contact Olivia Santoro, volunteer coordinator, directly at osantoro@aclum.org.

*Due to an influx of volunteer sign-ups, it may take a couple weeks for someone to follow up. In the meantime, we recommend you sign up for one of our lobby trainings.*

Interested in becoming a cooperating attorney for the ACLU of Massachusetts?

The ACLU of Massachusetts could not pursue its mission without the support and assistance of volunteer attorneys who partner with staff lawyers in cases litigated by the organization.

If you and/or your firm have an interest in learning more about the process of becoming an ACLU of Massachusetts cooperating attorney, please complete this form.

BECOME A COOPERATING ATTORNEY

Technology Advisory Group

Are you a STEM innovater who wants to use your skills in the service of liberty? Then you should be part of the Technology Advisory Group. TAG is an initiative by the ACLU of Massachusetts to encourage the Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) innovators in the Greater Boston area and all around the state to get involved with projects that further enhance the public advocacy initiatives of the ACLU of Massachusetts.

Click here to learn more about the TAG and the various types of public advocacy and support projects you can participate in.

Join the Technology Advisory Group

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