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
4015 E. Paradise Falls Drive, Suite 131
Tucson, AZ 85712
We look forward to learning more about you, your interests, and adding to our SWCLAP team!