Western Pennsylvania Office Internship and Volunteer Opportunities
Undergraduate/Graduate Student Internships
The Women’s Law Project seeks motivated interns each semester. Interns are crucial to the WLP’s mission and work on a variety of issues. They write posts for our organization’s blog, do research on topics relating to women’s rights, assist with planning women’s rights events, lobby for legislation, and more. Interested students should be committed to the issues on which we work, which include reproductive rights, including the right to abortion, full civil rights for the LGBT community, and ending sex discrimination. We welcome interns from a variety of academic and graduate programs. In your application, please include your area of interest from the following:
Law Student Internship
The Women’s Law Project seeks motivated law students for legal internships throughout the academic year. Student interns assist primarily with the Law Project’s litigation and public advocacy efforts. Interns are either funded through public interest grants and fellowships, or volunteer their time. Students must have excellent research, writing, and oral communications skills. Experience in women’s rights/public interest law and/or coursework is desirable. Interested students should be committed to the issues on which we work, which include reproductive rights, including the right to abortion, full civil rights for the LGBT community, and sex discrimination.
Application Process for Interns
Interested candidates for both positions should be creative, possess good writing and communications skills, and have basic computer skills (MS Office). Other qualifications: self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented, ability to work well with others, reliable.
To apply, submit the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org and put the internship position which interests you in the subject line:
Women's Law Project, 125 S. 9th Street, Suite 300, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215-928-9801) email@example.com