National Immigrant Justice Center

Organization Description: The Center provides direct legal services to and advocates for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers through policy reform, impact litigation and public education.

Internship Program: Internships are offered year round that range from administrative support to direct client work. Legal interns often handle the majority of case work for clients under the supervision of an attorney. Undergraduates provide case support and translation assistance. Foreign language skills not required but helpful.

Experiences Offered:
*Policy Research
*Fundraising
*Writing
*Legal Research

Preferred Academic Level:
*Undergraduates
*Law Students

Preferred Major(s):
*Political Science/Policy 
*International Studies/Development
*Foreign Language

Semesters Available:
*Fall
*Spring
*Summer

Deadlines:
*Fall: August
*Spring: November
*Summer: March

Application Materials:
*Resume
*Cover letter
*Letters of Recommendation 

Contact Person:
Mr. Austin Stephenson
Program Coordinator
National Immigrant Justice Center
208 S. La Salle Street
Suite 1818
Chicago, IL 60604

Phone: 312-660-1370

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