Now entering its 10th year, the award-winning California JusticeCorps program recruits, trains and places over 270 undergraduates and recent graduates in court-based self centers. Learn more about how the program works.
JusticeCorps offers 2 types of AmeriCorps member positions: Minimum-Time (300 hours of service) and Full-Time (1,700 hours of service).
Learn more about how to become a member.
Resources for current and past JusticeCorps members, including how to draw down your education award, training materials and the benefits of being an AmeriCorps alumni.
JusticeCorps is a collaborative project of the Judicial Council of California; Bay Area, Los Angeles, and San Diego courts; 8 University of California, California State University campuses, and private colleges; and many community-based service providers.
The Bay Area JusticeCorps program is a 4-county partnership placing members in 7 self help centers.
The Los Angeles program places members in 11 different self help centers around the county.
The San Diego program places members in 10 different self help centers around the county
|Judicial Council of California
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, California
Nicole Claro-Quinn - 415-865-4504
Martha Wright - 415-865-7649