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 June 9, 2014-August 15, 2014.

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

The Legal Fellowship program runs from August 28, 2014-August 21, 2015.

Application Deadline
January 16, 2014 by 5pm 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 August 28, 2014-August 21, 2015.

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

Application Deadline
February 6, 2014 by 5pm 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 June 9, 2014-August 15, 2014.

Application Deadline
January 30, 2014 by 5pm PST



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
May 9, 2014 by 5pm PST


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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