The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing equity and inclusion in Utah’s legal profession. UCLI seeks to achieve this mission by empowering Utah’s diverse populations to pursue legal education and careers and ensuring that our legal institutions are more equitable and inclusive of individuals with diverse backgrounds. UCLI interns play an important role in helping UCLI achieve this mission through efforts such as: project brainstorming and strategizing, raising organizational awareness and forging community partnerships, and assisting the development of resources required for implementing our programs, events, and initiatives.  In turn, UCLI interns benefit from the opportunity to acquire valuable work experience while making a substantive impact on our community, engaging with leaders in the legal profession, and learning more about law and justice. Read more about UCLI’s Goals and Organizational Structure here: UCLI Strategic Plan.

For additional questions or to apply, contact us at . A complete application includes a resume and cover letter.  

UCLI is currently accepting applications for the following unpaid internship positions:

General/Development and Outreach Intern

Description: The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI) is looking for a bright, hard-working, and mission-driven intern to assist with its development and community outreach projects.  

Primary Responsibilities:
   1. Working with the Executive Director and the Assistant Director
   2. Identifying, organizing, and performing outreach efforts to volunteers and community partners in order to raise awareness about UCLI’s mission, programs, and events
   3. Growing a database of community contacts and calendar of community events
   4. Assisting with development of material (video, electronic, social media, paper) to raise
awareness about legal education and importance of equity, diversity and inclusion
   5. Drafting requests for donations, grants, and sponsorships, and other fundraising materials
   6. Maintaining and organizing UCLI’s database of funding sources and keeping UCLI on track for grant application deadlines
   7. Supporting UCLI’s various committees

Qualifications:
   1. Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in a related field
   2. Basic understanding of non-profit work, fundraising/grant-writing, and outreach
   3. Strong analytical and writing capabilities
   4. Passion for public service and diversity & equity advocacy

Other Requirements: Intern is required to communicate clearly and regularly, in oral and written formats, with others in person, over the phone, and via other devices. The intern must be able to transcribe, read extensively, prepare and analyze data and figures, and operate a computer and other standard office machinery. The intern may need to travel to offsite locations to set-up presentations and displays in physical and electronic forms.

Hours: 15-20 hours per week

Communications and Graphic Design Intern

Description: The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI) is looking for a bright, hard-working, and mission-driven intern to assist with its media and communications projects.

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Designing informational graphics for UCLI’s website and social media
  2. Designing UCLI promotional materials such as flyers, pamphlets, advertisements, and merchandise
  3. Drafting and designing press releases about UCLI news, events, and initiatives
  4. Assisting with the creation of a repository of resources related to diversity, equity, & inclusion (articles, news stories, etc.)

Suggested Qualifications:

  1. Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree or having training in a related field
  2. Basic graphic design skills and experience with Canva, Adobe Spark, or other design/media tools
  3. Social media competency (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, etc.)
  4. Creative and artistic vision
  5. Basic understanding of non-profit work
  6. Passion for public service and diversity & equity advocacy

Other Requirements: Intern is required to communicate clearly and regularly, in oral and written formats, with others in person, over the phone, and via other devices. The intern must be able to transcribe, read extensively, prepare and analyze data and figures, and operate a computer and other standard office machinery. The intern may need to travel to offsite locations to set-up presentations and displays in physical and electronic forms.

Hours: 15-20 hours per week

Web Development Intern

Description: The Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (UCLI) is looking for a bright, hard-working, and mission-driven intern to assist with the development of its website. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Collaborate with Executive Director and Assistant Director to develop/refine a proposal for the layout and content of UCLI’s website; execute the plan by bringing all facets of UCLI’s website up to date
  2. Communicate with UCLI leadership to solicit/create materials for the website
  3. Work with UCLI’s Communications & Graphic Design Intern to optimize the visibility and impact of UCLI graphics, press releases, and other publicity materials on the UCLI website
  4. Brainstorm new website/digital/technological campaigns and initiatives for implementing and/or raising awareness about UCLI’s mission, programs, news, and events

Qualifications:

  1. Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree or having training in a related field
  2. WordPress proficiency and expertise
  3. Website design/development/management skills and experience
  4. Creative vision and organized mindset
  5. Basic understanding of non-profit work
  6. Passion for public service and diversity & equity advocacy

Other Requirements: Intern is required to communicate clearly and regularly, in oral and written formats, with others in person, over the phone, and via other devices. The intern must be able to transcribe, read extensively, prepare and analyze data and figures, and operate a computer and other standard office machinery. The intern may need to travel to offsite locations to set-up presentations and displays in physical and electronic forms.

Hours: 15-20 hours per week