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Job o’ the Day: Legal Internship at Mil Mujeres in Los Angeles!

Mil Mujeres is a non-profit legal services organization dedicated to providing comprehensive immigration legal services to Spanish-speaking survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. 

Mil Mujeres is looking for legal interns for the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.

Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in using the law as a vehicle for social change and advanced Spanish language skills required.

To learn more, see the listing at PSLawNet!

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Job o’ the Day: Civil Rights Internship at Equal Rights Center in DC!

The Equal Rights Center is seeking applicants who will be in the Washington, DC area during Summer 2012 to participate in its Civil Rights Internship Program. Civil Rights Interns work closely with the staff of the ERC to combat illegal discrimination in the Washington, DC area and across the nation. Interns work on a variety of substantive tasks related to ongoing studies, investigations, and complaints, and also help out with day to day administrative duties in our Washington, DC office. The Summer Internship runs from June 2012 through August 2012.

The Equal Rights Center (www.equalrightscenter.org) is a comprehensive civil rights organization with a mission to identify, challenge, and eliminate discrimination in housing, employment, public accommodations, and government services in and around the nation’s capital and across the country. Through a variety of activities including education and outreach, complaint intakes and counseling, testing and private enforcement, and filing complaints, the ERC attempts to address the many harmful impacts of discrimination.

Learn how to apply at PSLawNet!

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Job o’ the Day: Summer Legal Intern at Room to Read in San Francisco!

Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.

 

The Legal Intern position is part of the Legal, Finance and Accounting Department and will report directly to the Senior Manager, Legal Operations. This position is an eight week, full-time summer internship for a law student who has completed his/her second year of law school. The position is project-focused and will include the review of corporate governance documents, compliance and legal assessments of Room to Read’s international entities and the drafting of legal memorandum.

The Legal Intern will review corporate governance documents and make recommendations, corporate minute books of international entities for compliance, and legal and organizational documents for international offices, as well as research legal requirements for corporate governance, update internal policies and procedures, as necessary, and complete additional projects depending on time and skills.

To learn more and apply, see the listing at PSLawNet!

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Job o’ the Day: Reproductive Justice Internship at The Young Women’s Project in DC!

The Young Women’s Project is a dynamic, brave organization that develops leaders, takes on institutions, and builds youth power in DC. YWP is looking for a versatile, scrappy, tenacious intern who is committed to youth empowerment and reproductive justice and is looking to build skills in training, research, and policy analysis.

This position will offer a significant level of leadership and growth and the chance to make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds of teen women, and reshape DC institutions. It’s a great stepping stone to move into a more senior position at YWP.

The Peer Health and Sexuality Education (PHASE) is a teen-adult partnership that works to improve DC teens’ reproductive health by expanding comprehensive sexuality education, ensuring access to community and school based reproductive health care, and engaging teen women and men as peer educators and decision makers on reproductive health issues.

PHASE is guided by two main goals: 1) To expand Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSHE) for DC youth and 2) To ensure youth have accessible, high quality reproductive health care services.

The PHASE intern will work with the PHASE Manager, PHASE Coordinator and 18 teen staff trainers to build and support PHASE as described above.

The RJ Intern will be expected to work at least 20 hours a week including Mondays and Wednesday from 3-7pm (which is when our teen staff are in the office) and will run from mid January through mid May.

Interested? See the listing at PSLawNet!

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