Firms can also sponsor an intern to work at a legal nonprofit
Creative and inspiring curriculum is built into several core classes where junior and senior students learn basic legal concepts and interview and job skills which prepare them to join the workforce directly out of college. The legal community contributes greatly by mentoring and hiring Law Academy students as summer interns. These students realize personal strengths that they may not otherwise discover.
Check out these benefits of hiring a Law Academy Summer Intern:
- Productive contribution by students in the workplace
- Heightened workplace pride and morale, a chance for employees to develop and practice leadership and mentoring skills
- Direct contribution to building vibrant schools and communities in San Francisco
- Opportunity to promote to your clientele that your firm supports Justice & Diversity Center Diversity Pipeline programs
Don’t need an intern in your office? Consider sponsoring an intern to work in a legal nonprofit’s office.
Please contact Jareem Gunter at email@example.com if your firm would like to be hire or sponsor a high school summer intern.
To learn more about Law Academy, visit www.sfbar.org/lawacademy.