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Writer - Marinfo NOW 

Human Resources - Volunteer & Intern Division

Do you enjoy talking with interesting people and telling stories? The MarinShares: Marin County Volunteers and Marinterns programs seek newsletter writers. See your byline in the monthly Marinfo NOW, which highlights the volunteers and interns serving in Marin County's award-winning volunteer program. The ideal writer is a keen observer, likes going behind the scenes to get a story, and meets deadlines. Hours: Flexible on a mutually agreeable schedule. Staff provides orientation and supervision.

Service Location:
San Rafael, CA 

Contact:
Anne Starr
(415) 473-7167

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Teen Leadership Crew - Fairfax 

Library - Fairfax

Are you interested in volunteering virtually on the teen leadership crew? Projects include working on the library's social media accounts, attending weekly meetings, and planning and leading virtual programs for teens and kids.

Please contact April Hayley (ahayley@marincounty.org) if you are interested in learning more. You may receive volunteer credit for hours served.

Service Location:
CA 

Contact:
Joy Fossett

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Digital Accessibility Intern 

Human Resources

Do you enjoy designing online reports and documents? Have you ever taken the next step to ensure the documents are accessible for everyone, including people living with disabilities? If you care about color contrast, communication and providing County information to everyone, we have the opportunity for you!

The Marinterns program seeks students who want to learn about digital accessibility. The ideal candidate knows MS Word and is interested in learning how to create documents and PDFs accessible to all. You will have the opportunity for online learning and apply the skills to important County documents.

We encourage you to apply!

Hours: 6 to 10 a week on a mutually agreeable schedule.

Location: Marin Civic Center, San Rafael, with option to do some tasks remotely if desired.

Service Location:
3501 Civic Center Drive
Room 415
San Rafael, CA  94903

Contact:
Joy Fossett
(415) 473-7447

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Newsletter Layout - Remote Opportunity 

Human Resources - Volunteer & Intern Division

Apply your layout skills to our monthly volunteer/intern newsletter while volunteering from home during the pandemic. The ideal volunteer knows Adobe InDesign, has a current InDesign subscription, is detail oriented, and enjoys keeping people connected. Staff provides orientation and templates for Marinfo NOW. To see the newsletter, click here.

Service Location:
Remote
CA 

Contact:
Joy Fossett
(415) 473-7447

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Public Defender Intern (High School or College) 

Public Defender

The Public Defender welcomes applications from high school and college students seeking volunteer and/or internship positions.

Duties: The volunteer/intern will serve primarily as ancillary support to attorney staff, by maintaining contact (telephone, virtual, or in-person, as necessary) with clients who are awaiting trial or other resolution of their cases; who have been ordered to comply with conditions of probation or diversion; and/or whose cases subject them to potential adverse immigration consequences. At the direction of individual attorneys, the volunteer/intern may be asked to gather information from clients, to contact clients regarding their compliance with court orders, or to facilitate other services to clients. On occasion, the volunteer/intern might attend virtual or in-person court or a virtual or in-person jail visit, or may undertake other case-related tasks. Tasks will be assigned based on the level of proficiency of the volunteer/intern.

Skills: Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable, but not a requirement. However, ability to communicate clearly, respectfully and patiently with clients is essential. Must keep timely and accurate records regarding clients and their cases. Ability to use case management information systems as instructed.

The ideal candidate is intellectually curious and able to engage meaningfully with clients of the Public Defender; is able to work independently, but willing to ask for direction when in doubt; has a desire to work in a field promoting social justice as a core value, whether or not in the law. The ideal candidate also has integrity and must honor the requirements of absolute confidentiality. The ideal candidate shares the Public Defender''s commitment to protecting the Constitutional rights of the underprivileged, by providing representation of the highest caliber to those who are unable to afford an attorney.

Service Location:
CA 

Contact:
Joy Fossett
(415) 473-7447

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