Congratulations to our Spring 2012 Scholarship Awardees!
CWEALF offers two paid internships for students interested in working with us for a full year. These paid internships are reserved for graduate and undergraduate students who would otherwise be unable to participate in our internship program because of their financial needs. The awardees must have a strong commitment to social justice issues and excellent writing and research skills. Read a personal letter from one of our recipients here.
Ruth Pulda Scholarship
The Ruth Pulda Law & Policy Intern assists with CWEALF's legislative and policy work related to family and employment law and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights.
Merrilee Milstein Scholarship
The Merrilee Milstein Policy & Organizing Intern assists with CWEALF's advocacy and community organizing on workforce development issues.
How to Apply
Submit your intern application along with a short (1-2 page) essay describing your future goals and how an internship with the Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund would help you achieve them.
Questions? Contact Lisa Herrera via email or at (860) 247-6090