Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

You are here: Home » National Center » Internships and Law Fellowships
Document Actions

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:· All other inquiries regarding internship opportunities at the National Center should be directed to our Administrator Michelle Savarese (212) 481-7550.

Law Fellow

Joel Goldenberg is a second-year law student at Brooklyn Law School. Joel has interned with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Labor Relations. He has also clerked with an Administrative Law Judge at the National Labor Relations Board, Division of Judges. Joel has completed course work in labor law and is Vice-President of the Jewish Law Student’s Association at Brooklyn Law School.

Research Interns

Amrika Ballyram is an economics major at Hunter College, who will be graduating at the end of the Fall 2015 semester.  Amrika has extensive experience working with data analysis and conducting research.  She plans to pursue a career filled with number crunching and to complete a graduate program in the field of statistics.  She has interned previously with the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars in Washington D.C., Hunter College's Roosevelt House for Public Policy, the New York City Department of Corrections and for the New York State Assemblywoman, Nily Rozic.

Nicholas Brennan is a Hunter College graduate student pursuing a Master's in British and American Literature. Nick's penultimate academic objective is to defend the centrality of the court fool's marginality within Shakespearean drama. As a research intern at the National Center he intends to develop an understanding of working conditions, labor relations and collective bargaining at institutions of higher education.  He hopes that his internship experience will provide him with tools to be a future leader who fosters equitable environments both intellectually and economically hospitable toward the search for truth and meaning in life.