National and International:
Association of Legal Administrators Job Bank
EthicalJobs.net: free access through the Career Services Library’s online subscriptions
Human Rights Jobs: free access through the Career Services Library’s online subscriptions
Internships-USA: free access through the Career Services Library’s online subscriptions; search for human rights interships and Washington interships in law and policy.
Law Bulletin Legal Career Center: includes postings for paralegal and office support personnel
Law Crossing: requires membership to view listings, which include paralegal and office support personnel openings
Law Info Career Center: includes postings for paralegal and office support personnel
Law Jobs: includes postings for paralegals and office support personnel
Lawyers Weekly jobs: the employment site of Lawyers Weekly USA, the national newspaper for small law firms; includes paralegal positions.
Lobbying Jobs: includes job listings in advocacy, legal assistants, legal specialists and lobbyists
National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) Career Center: paraglegal postings
Opportunities in Public Affairs: free access through the Career Services Library’s online subscriptions
Public Allies: the Ally Program offers paid, full-time apprenticeships with non-profits
Relief Web job and internship listings in diaster relief domestically and abroad
D.C. Law Students in Court: The D.C. Law Students In Court program (LSIC) is a unique consortium of 5 law schools whose students provide quality legal representation, assistance, and counseling to low-income clients in the District of Columbia
Beyond Shelter: Los Angeles-based non-profit created in response to increasing numbers of homeless families in the L.A. metro region and the need for a more comprehensive approach to serving them.
CIA Student Opportunities: includes internships and scholarship programs
City of Philadelphia District Attorney's Office Undergraduate Internship Program
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA): Los Angeles-based non-profit created to advance human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees in LA
Congressional Hunger Center: offers the Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program and its international counterpart, the Mickey Leland International Fellows Program
The Greenlining Institute Fellows Program: The Greenlining Institute's mission is to empower communities of color and other disadvantaged groups through multi-ethnic economic and leadership development, civil rights, and anti-redlining activities.
The Population Institute: The Population Institute (PI) is an international non-profit based in D.C. that seeks to promote universal access to family planning information, education, and services.
The Ralph I. Goldman Fellowship: awarded to one person annually, this is paid, professional development opportunity to live and work in overseas locations where the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is active. Candidates should have a master's degree or equivalent.
Refugees International: Washington, D.C.-based non-profit that advocates for lifesaving assistance and protection for displaced people and promotes solutions to displacement crises.
Rock the Vote job and internship listings
United States Department of Justice, Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management
*Please note, while these are a sampling of our favorite resources for both career exploration and job hunting, inclusion does not represent an endorsement by Career Services.