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The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs seeks two full-time undergraduate student interns for Summer 2010. The summer interns will work within our administrative office, which oversees law school clinical programs and tracks student pro bono legal projects. Through work on various office projects, the interns will learn about the diverse ways to practice public interest law, gain insight into the law school experience, and see higher education administration in action. There is also a speaker series throughout the summer where professors, practicing attorneys, law school admissions staff, and other HLS alumni share their experiences and advice with other undergraduate interns and law students working at HLS in the summer.
The interns will work on various projects including :
Preferred start date of June 1, 2010 for a 10-week internship, though there could be flexibility with start and end dates. Work schedule is Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm with a 1hour lunch (unpaid). No evening or weekend work required. Estimated Salary: $12/hour = $420/week.
The internship is open to undergraduate students only. Excellent organizational skills and sharp attention to detail are required, along with the ability to self-start on projects. Enthusiasm, a sense of humor, and a demonstrated interest in public service work or the law are helpful! Candidates should be comfortable working independently within a collaborative office and be able to manage multiple projects at once. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word are strongly preferred, as is a demonstrated ability to work with databases. Knowledge of PowerPoint, web management, and Adobe Photoshop are helpful but not required.
Submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the internship to Karina Chamorro via email to email@example.com by Friday, March 12, 2010. If selected as a finalist, you will be invited to interview on campus through early April. All applicants will be contacted at the end of March with an update on your application status, but we are not able to interview every applicant.
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