Internships and Law Fellowships
The National Center offers students unpaid and work/study educational internship opportunities to assist us in fulfilling our mission.
We also have a Law Fellowship Program that provides recent law school graduates interested in collective bargaining issues and a career in labor and employment law with an opportunity to research contemporary issues for up to a year on a volunteer basis, without a longer-term commitment.
If you are interested in an internship or our Law Fellowship Program, please submit a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. All other inquiries regarding internship opportunities at the National Center should be directed to our Administrator Michelle Savarese (212) 481-7550.
National Center Fellows
Joshua Greenfield is a 2014 graduate of Albany Law School where he was a member of the Albany Government Law Review. As a law student, he interned at the CBS labor and employment legal department and the New York State Public Employment Relations Board. He is a published author in Albany Law School's Center for Judicial Process. As a Syracuse University undergraduate, he majored in Art History and remains interested in the arts and art law.
National Center Interns
Charindra A. Ramdas began his internship at the National Center in July 2014. Mr. Ramdas is a junior at Hunter College, City University of New York, studying for a Bachelor of Arts in English. He aspires to become a liberal arts teacher. Prior to matriculating at Hunter College he attended the High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture. He previously worked for the New York City Human Resources Administration in Jamaica Queens.
Michael Cardenas began his internship at the National Center in October 2014. Mr. Cardenas is a computer science major at Hunter College, City University of New York. He will be utilizing his computer skills and experience to assist the National Center.
Charlie Spatz began his internship at the National Center in February 2014. Mr. Spatz is an honors graduate of Colby College where he earned his bachelor's degree in Science, Technology and Society (STS). Mr. Spatz is researching collective bargaining results with respect to contingent faculty, and he will be providing assistance at the annual conference. While at Colby College, Mr. Spatz developed an interest in collective bargaining and labor relations issues in higher education. As an STS undergraduate, he researched science and environmental issues in the United States and abroad. In addition to his research and analytical skills, Mr. Spatz's photography has been exhibited at various galleries.