Pro Bono

Citizenship Day 2022 Volunteers Needed

Hosted in conjunction with the City of Boston, Project Citizenship returns in-person to the Reggie Lewis Center on Saturday, March 26 to help pre-screened applicants begin their hopeful path to citizenship.

Plans may fluctuate depending on COVID-19 rates, but below are our plans to mitigate risks of transmission at this in-person event:

  • All staff, volunteers, and applicants in attendance will be required to be fully vaccinated, wear masks, and/or adhere to other public health guidelines in place
  • Reduce the number of scheduled applicants to allow for greater social distancing
  • No walk-ins allowed; all applicants must be scheduled prior to the event

Remote and recorded training options in advance of Citizenship Day are offered for volunteers. If enough BC Law students volunteer, Project Citizenship can also offer an in-person training on campus ahead of Citizenship Day.

Register here.

The training and time spent volunteering for Citizenship Day counts towards BC Law’s voluntary 50 hour pro bono pledge.