Discovering Justice Volunteer Sign Up Form

Volunteering with Discovering Justice
Our programs provide students with a deeper understanding of the workings of the justice system and contemporary themes of justice by connecting them with professionals in the legal and advocacy field.

There are a wide range of volunteer opportunities at Discovering Justice in our Grade 8-12 Topics Program, Middle School Mock Trial and Mock Appeal programs, K-8 Justice Week, General Public Courthouse Events, In-Courthouse and Virtual Panel Events for Students grades 6-12, and recorded videos for our K-5 In-School Units.

We aim to provide students with a culturally, racially, and professionally diverse range of volunteers. The information collected below will help us best match you with student or public facing volunteer opportunities now and in the future.
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CORI FORM 

Because you will be working directly with minors as part of your volunteering, Discovering Justice requires you to fill out this CORI form.

Discovering Justice is requesting all the available criminal offender record information (CORI) on the following individual from the Criminal History Systems Board pursuant to Chapter 6, § 172H which mandates organizations primarily engaged in providing activities or programs to children 18 years of age or less that accept volunteers, to obtain all CORI regarding volunteers prior to accepting any person as a volunteer.

Please note that this information will be held securely by Discovering Justice and deleted after use.  If you prefer to mail your CORI form, please notify your DJ program coordinator, print out this document, and mail it to:

Discovering Justice
Moakley U.S. Courthouse
One Courthouse Way, Suite 3120
Boston, MA 02210

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