Summer Fellowship Program Is Largest in Our History!

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

PBF's 2015 Summer Fellowship Program is in full swing with our largest number of fellowships to date! With 78 Summer Fellows and two school-year fellows, our program demonstrates that law students continue to be interested in working for workers' rights and social and economic justice.

Each PBF Fellow is currently working with their respective mentor organizations of which we have also seen an increase to 65 different organizations including unions, worker centers, union-side law firms, non profits and government offices.  This increase in mentor organizations includes more from the West Coast and Southern U.S.  Keep watching our website as we share our Fellows' experiences and photos over the next few weeks!

To view our listing of mentor organizations and the Fellows working at each location, go to www.peggybrowningfund.org/fellowships/for-law-students/summer-fellowship-positions

 

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