Fellowships are great ways for students to obtain funding to pursue summer public interest employment opportunities.
The Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF) provides clerkships for students to work at partner agencies. Each spring, interested students participate in a formal application process. Contact the MJF staff attorney for more information. Minnesota Justice Foundation
The Public Interest Law Fellowship (PILF) requires students to identify their own agencies and prepare their own proposals for summer experiences. Watch for information about PILF fundraisers and application procedures!
Equal Justice Works (EJW) is a nation-wide organization funding independent grant proposals for student to obtain public interest work. It also funds post-graduate fellowships.
The Mitchell Hamline School of Law Institute to Transform Child Protection is excited to announce the creation of two Child Welfare Fellowships.
Each Fellow selected will receive a grant of $5,000 for 400 hours of work over the course of Summer 2019 at either Central Minnesota Legal Services or The Institute to Transform Child Protection.
- Any current Mitchell Hamline student in any enrollment option who is eligible to become a certified student attorney. To be eligible for certification, a student must have completed 2 semester of full time credits by May of 2019.
- Must be authorized to work in the United States.
- Must be prepared to commit on a full-time basis of 40 hours per week for 400 hours of work beginning late May to early-August.
Completed applications must be submitted by noon on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
To learn more and apply click here : Symplicity Reference # 14009
Mitchell Hamline’s financial aid office has information for graduating students about loan repayment programs for alumni working in public interest jobs. Loan repayment programs