Jones Day’s summer associates continue tradition of service at Pine Street Inn

Summer associates from the Boston Office of the global law firm Jones Day have once again devoted a morning of service to the job-training graduates of Pine Street Inn, New England’s largest nonprofit aiding the homeless.

The summer associates received a tour of Pine Street on June 14 and then served as ushers for the celebration commemorating the graduates’ completion of job-training programs in food services and housekeeping. Afterwards, the summer associates served lunch to the graduates and their families.

Reaching nearly 2,000 individuals daily, Pine Street provides permanent housing, job training, emergency shelter, and street outreach, with the goal of helping men and women attain their highest level of independence. Pine Street began creating permanent housing with on-site support staff for homeless men and women in 1984. Currently it operates 41 locations with over 950 tenants throughout Greater Boston.

Jones Day maintains longstanding commitments to community service, both globally and locally. Working at Pine Street has become a tradition for the Firm, whose summer associates have provided this service annually.

Jones Day Recruiting Officer Nathine L. Johnson Washington (third from left) at Pine Street Inn, flanked (left to right) by participating summer associates Bailey Loverin, Kaitlin McEwan, Chapin Scaggs, Carolyn Da Cuhna, and Hannah Esquenazi.

Jones Day is a global law firm with more than 2,500 lawyers in 43 offices across five continents. The Firm is distinguished by: a singular tradition of client service; the mutual commitment to, and the seamless collaboration of, a true partnership; formidable legal talent across multiple disciplines and jurisdictions; and shared professional values that focus on client needs.

Firmwide Head of Pro Bono
Amy Zywicki
Firmwide Pro Bono Facilitator