Students who are accepted into the Women, Leadership & Equality Program as Fellows may earn academic credit by working for governmental and non-profit national or local organizations that focus on policy or legal issues affecting women. Students spend 16 or more hours per week during the semester working under the supervision of lawyers in these organizations working on policy initiatives or providing direct legal services to women. Placements may include national organizations like the National Women’s Law Center and local organizations like the House of Ruth, as well as state and federal agencies administering programs that advance women’s social and legal equality and foster women in positions of leadership.
Women Leadership and Equality Fellows Workshop and Practicum for the Fall requires faculty approval; they are not subject to the normal registration process. Participating students must be Rose Zetzer Fellows. Interested students should contact Prof. Monopoli. Students must register for the Practicum in the semester (or summer session) in which the Practicum work will be done. Grading is on a Credit/No Credit basis.
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