Most successful public interest careers begin during law school. Often times, public interest and government employers want to see a demonstrated commitment to public interest before they consider interviewing or hiring an applicant. Check out the number of ways UST Law offers to get you started on your path to public service:
You will find law clerk positions and post graduate jobs in public interest and government in many ways. It is best to take a multi-faceted approach, which includes checking out the following resources:
|Public Interest Job Resources & Databases|
|Government Job Resources & Databases|
Finally, remember that many nonprofits, legal aid offices and some government offices are running on shoestring budgets, so you may need to apply for a summer fellowship or a post-graduate fellowship to get paid for the job of your dreams!
Building a career and looking for opportunities in international public interest work can be challenging. We have compiled a number of international public interest resources to give you a place to start and help make the process more manageable
|International Job Resources & Databases|