The Southwest Center for Law and Policy offers both Semester and Summer Internships:
- Semester Undergraduate/Graduate Positions
- Summer Undergraduate/Graduate Student Positions (Accredited Institution)
- Summer Law Student Position (Accredited Institution)
Tasks include but, not limited to:
- Legal research and writing on Sexual and Domestic Violence against American Indian and Alaska Native victims.
- Developing materials on aspects of Sexual and Domestic Violence committed against American Indian/Alaska Natives for publication and distribution.
- Assisting with preparation for National Conferences on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence against American Indian/Alaska Natives.
- Assist in development (and possible delivery) of curricula on Violence against American Indian/Alaska Native women to Tribes and to Tribal communities across the United States.
- Providing help with SAFESTAR (i.e. inventory, ordering, and shipping materials)
- Providing information and referrals for Tribal Justice, Healthcare, and Advocacy professionals through the National NICCSA toll-free hotline.
Summer Internships extend between Eight to Ten weeks.
To apply, Please submit the following documents:
- Letter of Interest identifying why this is an opportunity that you would like to pursue
- Current Resume
- Writing Sample (Topics with an emphasis on: American Indian/Alaska Native issues, e.g., Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Crime in Indian Country, etc)
Application materials can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or mailed to:
Southwest Center for Law and Policy
ATTN: Summer Internships 2016
475 S. Stone Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
We look forward to learning more about you, your interests, and adding to our SWCLAP team!