Organizational Fellowships

Organizational fellowships are positions within existing organizations, usually for a defined period of one to two years. Applicants do not need to develop their own projects, but instead work on special projects designated by the organization.

EXAMPLES:

Women's Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program 

  • The Women's Law and Public Policy Fellowship enables a diverse group of new public interest lawyers to gain invaluable experience advancing women's rights. Fellows work in Washington, DC with a variety of organizations involved in legal and policy issues affecting women, such as domestic violence, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, immigration, education, health care, homelessness, poverty, disability rights, civil rights, HIV/AIDS, and international women's human rights.
  • For more information, visit website.

Juvenile Law Center Zubrow Fellowship 

  • The Zubrow Fellowship provides an opportunity to engage in a wide variety of advocacy efforts on behalf of children in the delinquency and dependency systems. Zubrow Fellows are involved in training, legislative efforts, litigation, policy work and some direct representation on issues ranging from the rights of dependent youth aging out of the foster care system to the needs of juveniles reentering the community from delinquent placements.
  • The fellowship is a two-year fellowship.
  • Applications are due in the early fall of your third year.
  • For more information, and application materials, visit website.