The University of Massachusetts School of Law - Dartmouth Public Interest Summer Stipend Program has awarded stipends of approximately $3,000 each to selected UMass Law students who will work in full-time internships for non-profit or government organizations at which they will be employed for at least ten weeks during the summer of 2016.
The law school highly values public service and believes that internships are one of the best ways for students to explore public interest law as a possible career path. The stipends will help to defray the students’ costs, bring in matching funds, and honor students who have a strong commitment to public interest law.
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The 2015 Summer Stipend Guidelines and Application including information regarding:
- employer eligibility
- student eligibility
- work requirements
- compensation restrictions
- selection criteria
In order to be considered for a stipend, each student must submit a completed application form, résumé, and personal statement by email to Leslie Becker Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by hand delivery to the Law Enrollment Center. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.