Juvenile Law Center seeks dedicated, enthusiastic, and high-performing individuals for summer and semester internship positions. Our internships provide individuals with important professional experience and opportunities to effect change on behalf of youth in the child welfare and justice systems.

All current internship opportunities are listed on the right. Click to read more about each opportunity and how to apply.

Our internship program includes a variety of experiences aimed at giving interns numerous opportunities to learn more about Juvenile Law Center's work, the issues we work on, and how our work fits into the advocacy field. These sometimes include but are not limited to: brown bag lunch discussions led by our expert staff, site visits at youth facilities, court room observation, and visits to agencies and organizations serving youth in the child welfare and justice systems.

Candidates are encouraged to apply for multiple internship positions in their areas of interest. Applying to multiple positions will not affect likelihood of selection. Individuals applying to multiple positions should apply with the appropriate subject line, i.e. “Administrative & Extended Foster Care Internships.”

As an equal opportunity employer, Juvenile Law Center strives to be an inclusive space that affirms and celebrates the diverse backgrounds, learned and lived expertise, and individual perspectives of our staff. We are committed to building a diverse staff and are dedicated to uplifting the voices of under-represented communities as it pertains to race, color, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, marital or parental status, disability, religion, national origin, and/or child welfare or justice system involvement. We do not discriminate or exclude prospective employees based on criminal backgrounds or ex-offender status.

Applicants striving to advance equity for youth in the child welfare and justice systems, who fit into any under-represented group, are encouraged to apply and self-identify during the application process.