Volunteer support is at the core of the work that AFSC Arizona does. When the office first opened in 1981, it was originally staffed by a volunteer. Volunteers serve on the AFSC Arizona Advisory Committee which acts as an advisory board for all the criminal justice work we do. And volunteers work in the office answering prisoner mail, doing research, organizing campaigns, and helping with fundraising efforts. We are always looking for more willing and qualified volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering with AFSC Arizona, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 520.623.9141.
AFSC Arizona works with interns who are interested in learning about criminal justice policy in Arizona, prisoners’ rights advocacy, and specific campaigns. Availability and need of interns varies greatly. Potential interns should have initiative, good writing skills, and be willing to try new things.
To inquire about the availability and fit of an internship position at AFSC Arizona, please send an email of inquiry to email@example.com with a resume and writing sample included.