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’s application period for summer 2021 internships has closed. The application period for fall 2021 internships will open soon. 

Media/Marketing Intern - Summer 2021 - Applications Closed

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Working with the Executive Director, Associate Director, and Education Program Director
  2. Creating and launching innovative social media campaigns to expand UCLI’s reach
  3. Identifying areas for improving UCLI’s website (and automating/streamlining features if applicable), executing web development
  4. Designing educational infographics, event flyers, pamphlets, advertisements, merchandise, and other materials to raise awareness about UCLI’s resources and programming
  5. Writing scripts and storyboards for videos promoting legal education to underrepresented backgrounds and/or highlighting UCLI’s contributions to the community, filming and producing interviews/videos
  6. Communicating with UCLI staff, interns, volunteers, and beneficiaries to gather content for social media features
  7. Contributing to UCLI’s public-facing resource pages and databases for attorneys, law firms, and students from underrepresented backgrounds  

Qualifications (All Required):

  1. Pursuing or recently completed a Bachelor’s degree
  2. Excellent communication and time management
  3. Creative and strategic vision
  4. Team-oriented and self-motivated
  5. Adaptable and responsive to feedback
  6. Passion for public service, law, nonprofits, and/or diversity, equity, and inclusion advocacy

Additional Qualifications (Candidates Must Meet At Least 2 Criteria):

  1. Proficient with WordPress web design and development
  2. Graphic design skills (understanding of Canva or other design tools)
  3. Experience with social media campaigns/marketing (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram)
  4. Other marketing experience (beyond social media)
  5. Video production skills and experience

Students from underrepresented communities (including but not limited to: racial/ethnic minorities, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, persons with disabilities, and persons from first-generation and/or low-income backgrounds) are especially encouraged to apply. See UCLI’s Organizational Values and Equal Opportunity Employment Policy for more information.

Other Requirements: Intern is required to communicate clearly and regularly, in oral and written formats, with others in person, via Zoom or other video conferencing platforms, 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. Currently, all UCLI interns are working remotely, but UCLI hopes this will change in coming months. 

Hours: 5-40 hours per week, with the exact time and schedule decided by UCLI and each intern

Pay Scale:

  • 5-10 hours/week worked: $500 total/semester
  • 11-15 hours/week worked: $750 total/semester
  • 16-20 hours/week worked: $1000 total/semester
  • 21-25 hours/week worked: $1250 total/semester
  • 26-30 hours/week worked: $1500 total/semester
  • 31-35 hours/week worked: $1750 total/semester
  • 36-40 hours/week worked: $2000 total/semester