Interns and volunteers are a vital part of ACLU-TN’s work. Please visit the intern and volunteer descriptions below to learn more about how you can get involved. Check back regularly as we have a variety opportunities available at different times throughout the year.
ACLU-TN interns are offered a range of valuable learning experiences through our advocacy, public education, legal and legislative programs.
We are always seeking high school, college, graduate and professional students from a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to public policy, communications, political science, social work and law.
- Communications/Public Education Intern (Internship positions for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 are currently full. Applications for Summer 2019 are welcome.)
- Communications/Public Education Intern (High School) (Internship positions for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 are currently full. Applications for Summer 2019 are welcome.)
- Law Clerk
From volunteer attorneys and speakers, to people who help around the office or table at community events, volunteers make the ACLU’s work to protect and extend civil liberties and civil rights possible.