We enjoy learning from, and mentoring, law students and students interested in non-profit development. NIPNLG provide opportunities for law students to develop their research, writing and analytic skills. Legal interns generally help respond to letters from detainees, draft legal memoranda and pleadings, and receive guidance from our expert programmatic staff.
For students interested in non-profit communications, marketing, research, and resource development, our Director of Communications and Development provides valuable insight into building and sustaining a strong financial base, while growing the public profile of an exciting and dynamic immigration non-profit.
The National Immigration Project sponsors prospective fellows, provided the proposed project fits within our programmatic priority areas and expertise. Fellowship positions are generally located at our Boston headquarters, with limited exceptions. Interested applicants should contact Dan Kesselbrenner or Trina Realmuto.Learn More