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Access Justice’s Internship Program is a one-of-a-kind experience and the only program of this nature in this area of the country. As an AJ intern, high school and college students are immersed into the legal field and exposed to all the opportunities it offers. For six weeks, students will take seminars, participate in legal clinics, shadow attorneys, visit legal institutions and work on a legal project. Students will go through this experience in a small cohort of like-minded individuals. AJ interns will not only gain experience and understanding of the legal field but also of non-profit and ministry work.
I am a senior at Christian Education Consortium. I was interested in starting this internship after enjoying a government class in school that inspired me to pursue learning about the legal field and its many applications. I work as a library page and enjoy sewing historical reenactment clothing and reading narrative essays in my free time.
I am a sophomore at Ballard Highschool. I am the oldest of 3 siblings. I like playing basketball and listening to music. I also enjoy playing video games and using photoshop in my free time. The reason I wanted to do the Access justice internship was because listening to Monica Molestina talk to my mom about her work made me interested. This internship is a good opportunity for me.
I am a senior at Marion C. Moore High School. I was motivated to start this internship because I am interested in learning more about the work environment of an attorney and how law can impact a community. This internship has taught me so much and can be an experience for anyone who is interested in law. Outside of the internship, I spend most of my time running my photography business.
I am going to be a junior at Waggener Highschool. I love playing all sports but mainly I love playing soccer and volleyball. I am also a Christian and have been for my whole life. I love to serve in the church. Here are some of the things I do at church: I am in the worship team, the kid’s ministry, the welcoming team, and so much more. In my sophomore year, I took an intro to law class and learned to enjoy it more than I thought I would. I took this opportunity at Access Justice to see if this is what God wants for me.
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Access Justice's Internship program is six weeks long, with a 20 hour per week commitment.
PLEASE NOTE: The current cohort is CLOSED and runs from June 13, 2022 - July 22, 2022. All applicants have been chosen for this current cohort. Please check back for future openings and application deadlines.
Access Justice is looking for students (high school, college, and law school students) eager for an immersive experience into the legal field, non-profit work, and Christian ministry. We are not looking for students with impressive experience or knowledge of the legal profession. Instead, we are searching for students with a genuine desire to learn who will value this opportunity, who will humbly work with their cohort and demonstrate a commitment to participate in the program with their best attitude and effort.
No, the six week internship is unpaid.
The internship is located in Louisville, KY and would be based out of the Access Justice offices in the Portland Neighborhood.
All interns will report to Access Justice Staff Attorney, Monica Molestina, and work closely with other Access Justice staff and volunteers.
Submit completed application to Access Justice Staff Attorney, Monica Molestina: email@example.com during the application deadline.
PLEASE NOTE: The current cohort running from June 13, 2022 - July 22, 2022 is CLOSED. Please check back for future openings and application deadlines.
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