Join us Friday, March 11th, at 2 PM.
PPL minor students are required to attend at least two events per semester.
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The Internship provides the following professional experience:
- Virtual Community Organizing: Learning innovative strategies to organize our next generation into political action
- Advocacy & Engagement: Learning skills in advanced voter engagement, community outreach, & direct marketing
- Project Management: Learning skills and tools to develop and manage campaign projects
- Campaign Consulting: Learning best practices in campaign strategy development, execution & management
Interns will be expected to:
- Work 10-12 hours per week (flexible self-scheduled hours)
- Participate in weekly professional development workshops and training seminars
- Develop skills in the following: project management, campaign strategy development, virtual/digital organizing, communications, content development, and strategic planning
- Leadership Positions & Opportunities
- Letter of Recommendation
- Professional Reference
- Internship Credit for Applicable Majors
Please send resume to Michael Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please title subject line: Intern Applicant - "Your Name"
Application Deadline: March 20th
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Arias, Sanguinetti, Wang and Torrijos, LLP
Litigation Fellowship 2022-2023
Our firm’s philosophy as trial lawyers and class action litigators is to provide comprehensive and aggressive legal services in a cost-effective and efficient manner. The firm’s goal is to truly understand our clients’ personal and economic needs in order to obtain the best possible settlement and, if necessary, optimize our recovery at trial. Our trial and litigation practice has garnered over a billion dollars for our clients in class and mass actions, personal injury, employment, consumer and many other matters.
Arias Sanguinetti Wang & Torrijos is looking for a recent college graduate who desires to spend a year working in a law firm before attending law school to serve as a Litigation Fellow in our Los Angeles office.
This year-long fellowship provides aspiring attorneys with hands-on experience in the legal field that will set them ahead of their peers for applying to and attending law school. Our Litigation Fellow will have the opportunity to work closely with attorneys on complex litigation matters, provide support, and directly contribute to the success of our cases. The Fellow will actively participate in the development of various cases on a broad range of issues.
• Conduct legal research and prepare fact sheets for complex litigation matters and potential claims as assigned
• Produce materials to be used in trial, including PowerPoint presentations, trial binders, deposition summaries, direct and cross examination outlines, etc.
• Assist with various matters and provide support to attorneys during all processes of litigation, including trial and settlement
• Work closely with attorneys on complex cases, including mass torts and class actions
• Conduct review and analysis on discovery, medical records, billing summaries, and other documents as assigned
• Draft various pleadings, including complaints, demand letters, briefs, etc.
• Handle correspondence with clients and co-counsel
• B.A./B.S. in any field
• Interest in the legal field; specifically, litigation and trial law
• Interest in attending law school following completion of fellowship
Desired Start Date: Mid-May 2022
Location: ASWT, Los Angeles Office (6701 Center Drive West Suite 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90045)
To apply, please send your resume to Maricela Venegas at email@example.com.
Open to UC Berkeley Freshmen, Sophomores, Transfer Students
This experience will include:
Field trips around the Bay Area labor landmarks, meeting workers to learn about current workplace issues.
Learn about the role art and culture plays in social justice movements.
Engage with partner organizations that are building power for workers and communities of color in the Bay Area in campaigns for racial equity, quality jobs, immigration reform, and climate justice.
This is an introductory experience and no prior knowledge about labor movements is needed.
Fill out the interest form if you are interested in participating this Spring break!
Solidarity Spring runs from March 23 - March 25
Open to 1st year, 2nd year, and transfer students
Requires availability for a full days worth of activities
Students will receive a stipend