By: Tiffanny Smith, former attorney and internship coordinator at OJPC. As the summer intern coordinator for OJPC over the past 4 years, I have had the pleasure of interviewing, training, supervising, and mentoring over 50 summer interns – students from high school, college, graduate school, and law schools throughout the U.S. We strive to provide […]
How OJPC’s interns made the most of a virtual summer internship By: Lily Meyer For some law and pre-law students, summer internships mean a precisely calibrated mix of work and socialization: imagine three months at a Manhattan law firm, balancing legal research with recruitment cocktail hours and intern-class outings. But thanks to COVID-19, the social […]
“It’s that mind-heart connection that I believe compels us to not just be attentive to all the bright and dazzling things, but also the dark and difficult things.” -Bryan Stevenson My name is Erin Broderick. I’m a summer intern at the Ohio Justice & Policy Center and a rising sophomore at The Ohio State University. […]
2018 summer intern Erin Phillips describes how a parable “The Starfish Story” taught her the importance of fighting for sustainable system change.
“Thank you for the best and most rewarding internship I’ve ever had.” This blog post was written by Kaelan Doolan, OJPC’s 2018 communications intern and a 2018 graduate of Xavier University. “Kaelan – OJPC is pleased to offer you the position of Scripps Howard Communication Intern for the period of 1 January – 31 May […]