The Equal Justice Society (“EJS”) is a national organization that gives voice to all those who reach for racial and social justice. Using a three-prong strategy of law and public policy, convening and communication, EJS seeks to restore racial issues to the national consciousness, build effective progressive alliances and create a discourse on the positive role of government. Our more than 3,000 supporters throughout the country include advocates, attorneys, jurists, scholars, social scientists and communicators. For more information on EJS, visit www.equaljusticesociety.org
Positions: Public Policy Intern, Law Clerk, Communications Intern
EJS has positions available for 2006 SPRING and SUMMER SEMESTERS. The positions are open to law, public policy, journalism and other graduate students. Interns and clerks participate in developing projects that address civil rights and liberties, the role of government in American society, affirmative action, and judicial nominations through advocacy, policy initiatives, coalition networks, media and public education.
Location: San Francisco, California
Compensation: Academic credit, work study or paid positions upon availability.
SPRING 2006 – DECEMBER 20, 2005
SUMMER 2006 – APRIL 17, 2006
* Applications must be received in the office, not postmarked, by the dates listed.
Application: P lease email COVER LETTER, RESUME and WRITING SAMPLE to firstname.lastname@example.org
with “Internship Application” or “Clerk Application” in the subject line.
OR mail hard copies to:
Equal Justice Society
220 Sansome Street, 14th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104
Applications must be received in the office, not postmarked, by the dates listed above.http://www.equaljusticesociety.org/jobs.html