INTERNSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
If you’re interested in pursuing an internship or fellowship with Gender Justice, click here to send us your resume and cover letter.
Gender Justice is committed to mentoring the next generation of advocates for gender equality. We offer compelling learning experiences for law students and new lawyers. We also welcome inquiries from interns studying public policy, gender theory, nonprofit administration, and related fields.
We regret that our internships are currently unpaid, but we have sponsored fellows who have received funding through a variety of programs, including the Robina Foundation, the University of Minnesota Human Rights Center, and New Sector Alliance.
Law Clerk positions are open to current law students. Internship positions are open to current undergraduate students. To apply, please send a resume and a cover letter to Dee.Baskin@GenderJustice.us. Please indicate what semester or timeframe you are available for an internship or clerkship. Please submit your application by the following deadlines.
Summer positions: March 31
Fall positions: July 31
Spring positions: November 30
Internship and law clerk positions are filled on a rolling basis as we receive applications.
Gender Justice seeks to build and maintain a diverse intern and law clerk program with regard to race,culture, ethnicity, class, religion, physical ability, age, gender, and sexual orientation. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Even if it is past the deadline listed above, please feel free to email Dee.Baskin@GenderJustice.us for additional information about potential internships.
REQUEST A SPEAKER
Gender Justice attorneys are experts on gender and cognitive bias. If you’d like to host a Gender Justice speaker, please contact us and tell us a little about your group, event, or occasion.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
Breaking down gender barriers can be a lot of work, but you can help shoulder the load! We’re always looking for volunteers with skills in clerical and office work, bookkeeping, photography, videography, writing, interpreting and translating, and the law.