We can’t do it without you! Volunteers and interns are central to everything that we do at ICWJ.
To learn more or register for our next orientation email organizer Sarah Smoot
There are many ways to volunteer:
ICWJ is a Coalition. Our work is all about making connections. Volunteers work at ICWJ’s table at community events, answering questions and sharing faith-labor information.
The Just Dining Guide is an initiative to raise awareness about restaurant employment conditions, including the need for a living wage. Keeping the guide up to date involves a range of tasks from employer surveying to coordinating service learning students to asking for sponsorships. Let us know if you want to help keep Just Dining in Madison.
ICWJ hosts and sponsors special events. Volunteer help is needed with welcoming and hospitality, tabling, serving food, and more. Let us know if you love community events and want to volunteer for worker justice.
Volunteers and interns research, communicate through social media, and design print and online resources – on a range of economic justice issues. Let us know if you enjoy media and/or design and want to volunteer with ICWJ.
Volunteers do data entry, prepare mailings, make copies, and keep our small staff organized and on the go! Let us know if you’re interested in volunteering in ICWJ’s office.