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Civil Rights Corps is searching for an experienced Supervising Attorney to work closely with our Director of Litigation and a growing team of exceptional attorneys and investigators.
Civil Rights Corps seeks an experienced Operations Manager for our rapidly expanding organization.
To be considered for a possible fellowship position at Civil Rights Corps, in conjunction with an external fellowship grant beginning in the fall of 2019, please submit letters of interest (not to exceed 2 pages) along with a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15, 2018.
Summer interns will have a unique opportunity to work on cutting-edge civil rights cases in a fast-paced environment. Interns will work closely with Civil Rights Corps staff to investigate and challenge systemic injustice in the criminal legal system. Our ideal candidate will have an unflagging commitment to our mission, a sense of urgency about the need to disrupt a criminal system that devastates lives every day, and strong research, writing, and communication skills.
Civil Rights Corps is excited to announce the launch of its Poet in Residence fellowship program. Each year, a groundbreaking poet whose work urgently confronts the subject matter of our civil rights work will be chosen as the Civil Rights Corps Poet in Residence.
Poet in Residence Fellowship
Civil Rights Corps is excited to announce the launch of its Artist in Residence fellowship program. Each year, a groundbreaking visual artist whose work urgently confronts the subject matter of our civil rights work will be chosen as the Civil Rights Corps Artist in Residence.
Artist in residence
Civil Rights Corps is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. Civil Rights Corps is committed to promoting an environment free of prejudicial barriers and discriminatory practices for its clients and staff.