Legal Academy

The Greenlining Legal Academy seeks to train law students to be skilled, ethical, and reform-minded professionals who scrutinize the quality of justice for low-income Americans and communities of color. Positions are available in both the Fellowship program and Summer Associate Program.

Basic Qualifications for Summer Associate: 1L or 2L law student.

The Legal Summer Associate program runs from early June to mid-August.

Basic Qualifications for Legal Fellowship: Recent graduate or recent California Bar Associate members.

The Legal Fellowship program runs from late August to late August each year.

Application Deadline
January 22nd, 2015
12pm PST


Fellowship Program

The Fellowship program is a year-long, paid training program for young leaders who have completed their undergraduate or graduate degrees. Each fellow is assigned to a specific program area and develops expertise under the mentorship of the program director.

The fellowship program runs from late August to late August.

Basic Qualifications: Completed undergraduate degree by the program start date.

Application Deadline
January 20th, 2015
12pm PST


Summer Associate Program

The Summer Associate program is an intensive, 10-week paid training program for young leaders who have completed at least their undergraduate degrees. Associates take on research and advocacy projects under the direction of a Greenlining staff member.

Basic Qualifications: Completed undergraduate degree by the program start date.

The summer associate program runs from early June to mid-August.

Application Deadline
February, 5th, 2015
12pm PST



Casa Joaquin Murrieta (Casa) Residency

Residential Leadership Program – Founded in 1970 by Chicano/Latino students, Casa is a multi-ethnic residential leadership program for students attending UC Berkeley, committed to fostering academic success and cross-racial understanding among participating students.

The Casa residency program is by school semester.

Application Deadline
Spring 2015, check back for exact date


Internship Program

The Internship program offers part-time paid positions to college and graduate students. Interns typically work between 10-20 hours per week on research-related projects. Undergraduates with work-study are encouraged to apply during the spring and fall semesters.

Basic Qualifications: Student at a local Bay Area college and can commit to working 10-15 hours per week.

Application Deadline
By Semester
(We strongly encourage work study students to apply.)

Send resume and cover letter by email.

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