Posted on January 09, 2013 by Deb Freeman
The Peggy Browning Fund Summer Fellowship Program is comprised of a 10-week fellowship during the summer months at labor-related organizations around the country. In 2013, the Fund plans to support between 60 and 70 funded summer fellowships, plus one part-time funded School-Year Fellowship at the Chicago Newspaper Guild for 2013-14.
The Summer Fellowship Program provides stipends to first- and second-year law students who dedicate this time to advancing the cause of workers’ rights. Summer Fellowship stipends will be a minimum of $5,000 per student for the ten-week employment period. In many cases, mentor organizations will supplement the stipend. The part-time 2013-14 School-Year Fellowship’s total stipend of $5,000 is based on 15 hours per week, 11 weeks per semester, for two semesters.
Applications are due by Friday, January 18, 2013.
See also “UT Law Student Awarded Peggy Browning Fellowship” (April 18, 2012)
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