As a grassroots membership organization, Amnesty International USA is led by volunteers and members across the country. Serving in volunteer leadership positions is a great way to help protect human rights while gaining valuable skills and contacts. People with all different backgrounds and interests serve as volunteer leaders. We have several types of volunteer leadership positions, focused on different issues or skills.

Are you interested in becoming a member leader with Amnesty International USA? Let us know!

VOLUNTEER LEADER FORM

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AREA COORDINATOR

ACs are volunteers that organize groups in their state to collaborate on initiatives, develop partnerships with other human rights activists, and mobilize to protect human rights.
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Country and Thematic Specialists

Country and Thematic Specialists are volunteers with expertise in specific areas who work to develop and implement AIUSA strategies to advance human rights.
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legislative coordinator

Legislative Coordinators (LCs) are volunteers that work in states to advance our legislative priorities to protect human rights.
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State Death Penalty Abolition Coordinators

SDPACs are volunteers that organize and advocate at the state level to abolish the death penalty.
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Student Activist Coordinator

SACs are volunteers that organize groups in their state to collaborate on initiatives, develop partnerships with other human rights activists, and mobilize to protect human rights.
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Youth Collective

The Youth Collective (YoCo) is a national volunteer youth leadership body that provides thought leadership, strategy, consultation, and guidance to AIUSA.
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MORE OPPORTUNITIES

The positions listed above are official state and national volunteer leadership roles. If you are new to grassroots activism and would like to get involved in your community, check out these opportunities!

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