Undergraduate Summer Internship
IPNO’s summer internship for undergraduate students is a full-time, 10-week commitment. All college students are invited to apply, as well as students who have recently graduated. Successful applicants will have an articulable interest in some aspect of our work (indigent defense, investigation, innocence work, criminal justice reform, and/or criminal law), but no specific coursework or experience is required. This is an unpaid internship and all internships will be remote until further notice.
To apply, collect the following documents in a SINGLE PDF file:
- A cover letter explaining your interest in the position
- A current résumé, including GPA
- At least two references and their contact information
- Writing sample (limited to 10 pages)
Name your application file Full Name_Summer Internship (ie. Jane Doe_Summer Internship) and email as an attachment to InternCoordinator@ip-no.org.
We will contact applicants who have advanced to the interview stage of the application. Please do not call to inquire about your application status.