CASE started in 2013 as a community level grass root initiative to eliminate disproportionality and disparities county-wide. We organized in 2014 to become a nonprofit organization and expanded our reach to address disproportionality and disparities as matters of injustice on the local, state, and national level. It is comprised of concerned and highly motivated people who are committed to addressing unfair and unjust institutional practices affecting vulnerable people. The aim is to increase community awareness, institutional accountability, and provoke effective government response to issues. CASE is a body of citizens from different walks of life that share the common interest of social justice, neighborly love, and community responsibility to its citizens.

Interested in being an intern?

CASE is looking for personable, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented individuals to fill our intern positions for Outreach Coordinator and Outreach Worker. Read about the positions below, and if this sounds like the opportunity for you (or someone you know), please contact Vanesia R. Johnson at 832.429.6965 or email to request a membership application.

IMPORTANT: Please apply for this position only if you are seriously interested in helping educate the Harris and Fort Bend County communities about CASE. Interns must be willing to demonstrate a commitment to our work by providing time, energy, and effort to CASE initiatives without any compensation. Minimal travel is required. All transportation costs and travel are at intern’s expense to and from all events. A phone and/or face-to-face interview will be performed on all interested applicants.