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Paid Internship Opportunity: Emory Summer Child Advocacy Program

The Emory Summer Child Advocacy Program is now accepting student applications for the 2020 Emory Summer Child Advocacy Program (ESCAP). ESCAP is a paid summer internship for graduate level students in law, social work, and public health to work in Georgia for ten weeks in a child advocacy position. Positions are open to students nationwide. A list of available placements can be found on the website along with application instructions. The deadline to apply is December 19, 2019, by 12 noon.

The link below takes interested candidates to the first information page. You will find application information and application form in the link below: http://bartoncenter.net/about/student-opportunities/internshipsinfo.html

Should you have any questions regarding ESCAP contact Michele Papotto (MPAPOTT@emory.edu) Senior Program Coordinator at the Barton Child Law and Policy Center Emory University School of Law or stop by the ChildLaw Center.