Legal Advocate Fellowship: Open to undocumented youth in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA



Educators For Fair Consideration offers a one-year long legal advocate fellowship program, which provides comprehensive immigration law training and hands-on experience analyzing cases, writing memos, and providing follow-up calls to undocumented young people across the United States.  This year, E4FC will bring on 3-4 new Legal Advocate Fellows and provide them with a monthly $800-$1,000 grant to support their participation in the program.


Here are the eligibility requirements:

  • Have direct knowledge of, or personal connection to, the undocumented experience
  • Be currently in college or recently graduated
  • Be interested in a career in law, immigrants’ rights, and/or how U.S. laws impact undocumented immigrants.
  • Live in the San Francisco Bay Area for the duration of the program (June 2016 to May 2017)
  • Have excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Have reliable access to a computer and internet from home
  • Have strong computer skills (Microsoft Word and Google documents and spreadsheets)
  • Be able to cooperate and work effectively in a team
  • Be able to work independently and remotely online with a strong commitment to meeting weekly deadlines

The deadline to apply is May 15, 2016

For more information, and to apply, please visit their official website: Legal Advocate Fellowship

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