Volunteer Your Time
Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is an equal opportunity employer looking for committed individuals willing to work with people of every faith to bring about positive change for workers.
IWJ is looking to strengthen our outreach to the media by working with religious clergy around the country to place op-ed pieces in publications and write statements from various faith traditions on economic justice issues.Volunteers would help with a variety of communications and media-related tasks, including writing Op-ed pieces for submission by board members, monitoring media regarding our issues, writing articles for denominational publications, contacting publications about publishing articles about IWJ, layout publications (under supervision of Graphic Designer on IWJ staff), and writing stories about local group work for Faith Works newsletter.
IWJ is looking for a volunteer to assist the Development Department in various ongoing administrative tasks such as data entry maintenance. Volunteers are also needed to assist with various special projects, including mailing Welcome Packets to new people on IWJ’s mailing list.
Public Policy Volunteer
IWJ is looking for a volunteer to assist the Public Policy Department in various tasks to increase IWJ’s capacity to do national public policy work. Volunteers would assist in a variety of tasks, including making calls and sending emails to religious leaders and lay activists in online database system in targeted congressional districts to set up federal minimum wage delegations, data entry for marking people by congressional district in online database system in targeted districts, writing background material on particular campaigns, and researching denominational positions on key issues.
Other Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers are asked to commit to working with IWJ on a regular basis. If you are interested in these or other volunteer opportunities, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.