The National LGBT Bar Association is pleased to partner with Prudential Financial, Inc. (Prudential) to provide a meaningful summer internship opportunity to a highly-motivated first-year law student. Through this partnership, the National LGBT Bar Association will select a student to join the 2012 summer law intern class at Prudential for a 10-week internship at Prudential’s offices with a stipend of approximately $10,000. Internship positions will be located in the New Jersey tri-state area. A position may be available in Dallas, Texas.
How to Apply
Please write “Prudential Internship” in the subject line of all correspondence. All materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, March 16th, 2012. Finalist shall be selected and notified on or before March 31st, 2012.
Prudential and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers and are committed to diversity in our workforce.
Click here for more information www.lgbtbar.org
Location: New York City
The Summer Internship Program (the ‘Program’) is designed to provide exceptional students, who are interested in a career in sports, with a unique opportunity to learn about the diverse business operations of Major League Baseball. Those candidates selected for the Program will gain invaluable work experience through challenging project assignments, information sessions hosted by MLB senior management, and various other events organized by the recruitment team.
The Program begins at the end of the spring semester and requires a minimum commitment of 10 weeks. Interns accepted into the program will receive a monthly stipend based on a five-day work week. All internship positions are based out of our New York City office. Note that housing assistance will not be provided.
All applicants must meet the following criteria for consideration:
– Have completed a minimum of one year of law school upon graduation from an accredited four-year college degree program
– Excellent academic standing
– Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
– Proficiency with MS Office Suite including Excel and PowerPoint
All applications must be received no later than February 7, 2012. Please keep in mind that due to the anticipated volume of applications, we are unable to respond to individual phone inquiries or follow-up emails. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by early March.
See MLB.Com for more information.
Aside from writing, researching and editing, the law student intern will also:
Duration of Internship:
June through Mid-August, 2012. Preferred start date early June, 2012.
Nominal monetary stipend will be provided throughout the eight week period (paid bi-monthly). This payment is based on an approximate 30 hour work week.
Interested students must email a formal cover letter and resume to Cynthia Conner, Vice President of Professional Resources at email@example.com by Monday, February 6, 2012. No phone calls please.
Please email Amber Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if you would like the application for the internship emailed to you.
Neither had I until I read about the summer 2012 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Litigation. This program is a full-time, six-week minimum, summer internship program open to all first- or second-year minority and/or economically disadvantaged law students. It is a wonderful program, and it is customary for several Florida Coastal students to be selected for one of these internships each year.
The ABA begins accepting applications for second-year students on November 1, and December 1 for first-year students. The deadline for applying is January 6, 2012, but the program has “rolling” admission so applying early will definitely help you. And remember, the first 500 applicants will be guaranteed at least one interview! This is pretty amazing!
Selected students are given an opportunity to intern for six weeks or more during the summer with a participating state or federal judge in participating cities. Participating judges are from Illinois; Texas; Miami, FL; Phoenix, AZ; Washington, DC; Philadelphia, PA: Seattle, WA; Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA. Students selected to the program will receive an award of $1,500. The award is intended to be reimbursement of some of the expenses associated with the placement.
Internship opportunities were offered to 191 minority and/or economically disadvantaged law students last year. Please see this year’s flyer, program description, and frequently asked questions page. Students wanting to apply to this year’s program can begin the process by accessing the program application, eligibility requirements, specific information on locations and all of the above information on the program website: www.ambar.org/jiop.
Blackstone Legal Fellowship underwrites the cost of interns’ airfare, lodging, materials, and most meals. Plus each intern is awarded a generous scholarship.
If you are a 1L or 2L interested in learning more about the Blackstone Legal Fellowship, please join the organization for an informational live webinar. Please note that each webinar is limited to 100 students.
When: Monday, November 7th at 5:00 p.m. or Tuesday, November 15th at 8:00 p.m.
Please R.S.V.P. to Kirsten Gillson at email@example.com
Clerking for a judge is a prestigious opportunity for students to hone researching and writing skills and to get a behind the scene glimpse of the judicial branch. In an effort to encourage minorities to apply for clerkships, several federal judges will be conducting interviews on September 17, 2011 to fill full-time positions. The deadline to apply is January 9, 2012. This step is Just The Beginning.
The Fair Trial Initiative will be unable to attend the Southeastern Minority Job Fair this year, but the organization is accepting student resumes via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about internship opportunities click Internships with FTI.
In addition, new attorneys and 3Ls may apply for the FTI fellowship. The application deadline for the fellowship is October 31, 2011. Learn more about the fellowship by visiting www.fairtrial.org.