Job & Internship Opportunities for Pre-Law Students
For those of you who have not yet secured a job or internship this summer, do not fret, there are still opportunities available! But now is the time to secure those summer jobs and internship positions. For some tips on applications, interviews, and other important things to do to make sure you land the perfect summer internship check out our blog post.
llini Career and Internship Fair, Thursday, April 11, 12pm-5pm, at the ARC!!
DINE: Diversity and Inclusion Networking Exchange, April 10, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Illini Union Room 314
Engage with employers who value diversity in the workplace. Practice networking with company representatives in a casual setting. Register at go.illinois.edu/dine2019
Utilize campus resources!
- The Career Center hosts great events for finding an internship. Click Here!
- The Office of Student Financial Aid offers a Virtual Job Board intended to assist you in finding part-time employment. Click Here!
- Make sure you are registered to use Handshake@Illinois. This resource helps connect you with employers looking for interns and other full time jobs. To register, Click here.
- Get resume tips and get your resume reviewed. The Career Center offers tips for writing a resume. The Career Center also offers resume reviews.
PAID SUMMER LEGAL INTERNSHIP IN CHICAGO
Elise Harmening is the Owner and Principal Attorney for Harmening Law, LLC. Elise began Harmening Law, LLC as part of the Justice Entrepreneur’s Project through the Chicago Bar Foundation. Harmening Law, LLC is committed to providing legal services for clients who do not fit into the traditional legal services model or qualify for legal aid. Throughout her life, Elise has found a real connection with working with families and youth. She has personal experience working through the school system to advocate for accommodations and understands, intensely, what it feels like on both sides of the table. Harmening Law only deals with family and education law. Interns will be able to learn the ins and outs of family and education law. Harmening Law is offering a paid summer internship of $13 an hour for 10-30 hours a week to one intern.
To apply, send a cover letter (include availability), resume and sample paper to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is April 30, 2019.