Triage Cancer will be hosting BC Law pro bono volunteers for the first time this spring break from March 7-11, 2022. Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization that provides free education on the legal and practical issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers. They seek four (4) BC Law volunteers during spring break who can work remotely for 20 hours during the work week. This is a great way to gain legal experience while serving the community and logging pro bono hours towards the BC Law Pro Bono Program’s voluntary 50 hour pro bono pledge.
Please review the Triage Cancer website to learn more about their important work with individuals and caregivers impacted by a cancer diagnosis. Interested students can apply by emailing BC Law’s Public Interest and Pro Bono Program Director, Michelle Grossfield:
- a brief statement of interest and relevant experience; and
- a pdf version resume.
Volunteers will be selected based on interest, relevant experience and timeliness of application until all volunteer opportunities are filled.