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Internships and Fellowships

Empowering Angeleno Change Makers

The LA Civil Rights Department (LA Civil Rights) is seeking highly talented high school, undergraduate, and graduate students to conduct policy research, engage in community outreach, and help facilitate equity programming.

Ideal candidates are change makers who are dedicated to uplifting Angelenos and advocating for historically marginalized communities. Individuals selected for our legal internship will support our Civil Rights Enforcement Unit and Commission on Civil Rights. While our Policy Fellows will work alongside LA Civil Rights staff to develop innovative approaches to visually communicate programming, data, and policy development; will support the Department’s commission and advisory boards; will participate in the preparation of research reports, briefs, and presentations; and other equity related work as assigned. 

Working hours will vary depending on the Department’s operational needs and the candidates' schedule. Each selected candidate will finalize their working schedule with their designated supervisor so that work hours can be mutually beneficial.


  1. Please complete the Google Form below and submit the following required Items:
    1. Resume
    2. Cover Letter - addressed to Nicole Bryant

All applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Incomplete applications will not be considered.