The Children’s Law Internship Program at Children’s Advocacy Group provides a unique opportunity for motivated undergraduate and graduate students to gain valuable professional experience in the field of juvenile dependency. With a sole focus on the child welfare system, participants will work closely with attorneys and become familiar with a distinctive and complex area of the law.
The program is designed to assist young leaders in developing leadership skills, strengthening their understanding of the foster care system, and preparing them for future service in the field.
All Internship Program participants must be United States Citizens, and at least 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship. In addition, Internship Program participants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college or university and possess an interest in children's law.
The Internship Program is unpaid and participants must commit to at least 16 weeks of service. Hours and days of services are flexible.
Applicants must submit all application materials on or before the application deadlines listed below to be considered for participation in the program.
All applicants must submit a current resume, at least one letter of recommendation, and a writing sample with a completed application by fax, mail, or email to:
Michael J. Koenig
The Children's Law Internship Program
Children's Advocacy Group, Inc.
685 E. Carnegie Drive, Suite 200
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Telephone (909) 890-9977, Fax (909) 890-9808