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Philanthropy Program Officer

Under direction of the Deputy Director of Philanthropy, the Philanthropy Program Officer manages the department’s prospect research program, helps to lead the major gifts team cultivation and solicitation efforts, centralizes and coordinates the executive portfolio, develops and manages priority

Los Angeles

Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP Legal Fellow

The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California (ACLU SoCal) seeks third-year law students and practicing attorneys with up to three years’ experience to apply for its Munger, Tolles & Olson Legal Fellowship to work on police reform, police practices, and criminal justice work.

Los Angeles

Organizing Intern

The P.E.O.P.L.E.'s Coalition is excited to invite activists and organizers to apply to an organizing internship. The internship is a unique opportunity to grow your organizing, advocacy, and leadership skills while working on a dynamic campaign on criminal justice in Orange County.

Santa Ana Office

Advocacy & Policy Internship (Sacramento)

The ACLU of California invites applications for internships for law and graduate students in the Center for Advocacy & Policy (CAP). Students willing to work with intensity and focus in a fast-paced environment will find an internship at CAP a rewarding learning experience.

Sacramento office