ELAW does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, disability, socio-economic background, age, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, national origin, ancestry, status with regards to public assistance, or immigration status. ELAW is committed to justice and equity and our outreach, recruitment, and hiring practices reflect our commitment to actively developing the skills of a diverse community.
Volunteers and pro bono experts help expand ELAW's capacity to support the work of our international partners. Generous contributions of time and expertise directly supports grassroots advocates working in their home countries to build a sustainable, just future.
Please contact Colleen Keane: email@example.com to discuss volunteer opportunities at ELAW.
Get real world experience before graduation by developing an internship that matches your academic interests and helps further ELAW’s mission. Internships are tailored to each student’s skills and goals. Undergraduate internships are offered throughout the year, and applications are taken on a rolling basis.
For more information or to apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Colleen Keane: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host an International ELAW Fellow
Every year, ELAW brings committed environmental advocates to Eugene to hone skills they need to protect communities and the environment. These Fellows collaborate with ELAW’s team, learn from local environmental advocates, and take English classes at the University of Oregon's American English Institute.
During evenings and weekends, ELAW Fellows explore Oregon and connect with the community. That's where we need your help!
You can host ELAW Fellows — for a meal, a day trip to the coast or Cascades, or a short home stay.
For more information, contact Maggie Keenan: email@example.com