Internships and Law Fellowships
The National Center offers students unpaid and work/study educational and research 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: firstname.lastname@example.org.· All other inquiries regarding internship opportunities at the National Center should be directed to our Administrator Michelle Savarese (212) 481-7550.
|The National Center welcomes Natalia Grube as a research intern. Ms. Grube is a graduate student at Hunter College, City University of New York, where she is studying biological anthropology. Ms. Grube aspires to pursue a PhD in anthropology with a focus in genetics.
During her academic career at Hunter College, Natalia has conducted research on primates in Uganda, and is a research assistant in an anthropological genetics lab studying primate genetics. She is President of the Graduate Women in Science Club at Hunter College, a community dedicated to diversity and integration of minorities and women in STEM. As part of her internship at the National Center, she will be helping with the research regarding unionization and collective bargaining in higher education, and assisting with the National Center's annual conference.