Time to get ready for the annual Government and Public Interest Career Fair on 11/9, this year hosted by our colleagues at the Colorado Law School in Boulder. Please see the updated chart below with more than 50 participating employers! For 1Ls and 2Ls: your classes have an email from the CDO with information packets designed for your class years to assist with your preparation for the fair.
This fair is the premier annual job and internship fair for Denver, Colorado and Wyoming Law students and alumni interested in public sector careers. This year’s fair features 50+ participating employers tabling to discuss spring, summer and fall 2017 opportunities.
CU/DU Government & Public Interest Law Career Fair
University of Colorado Law School, Wolf Law Building
November 9, 2016 (4pm-6pm)
Below is a chart with 50+ participating employers
|Organization Name||Website||Organization Description|
|10th Judicial District Attorney’s Office||District Attorneys office covering Pueblo County|
|12th Judicial District Access to Justice Committee||None||We are the local committee created in 2013 at the request of the Colorado Supreme Court. The Mission of the Access to Justice Commission is to develop, coordinate and implement policy initiatives to expand access to and enhance the quality of justice in civil legal matters for persons who encounter barriers in gaining access to Colorado’s civil justice system. Our focus locally is to try to increase the size of our local bar.|
|17th Judicial District Attorneys Office-Adams and Broomfield Counties||17th Judicial District Attorneys Office- our office mission is to pursue justice through fair and ethical prosecution of criminal offenders; to seek justice for victims of crime; and to create a safer community through positive partnerships with law enforcement and other community members|
|1st Judicial District Attorney’s Office||http://jeffco.us/district-attorney/about/law-school-internship-program/||
The First Judicial District Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting all state criminal offenses occurring in Jefferson and Gilpin counties. In 2015 this included 4,084 felony cases, 25,000 misdemeanor and traffic cases, and 700 juvenile cases. The District Attorney maintains an office in Golden, Jefferson County, and another much smaller office in Black Hawk, Gilpin County.
The First Judicial District Attorney’s law school internship program is designed to give first and second year law students practical experience in research and writing or in the courtroom.
|AFL-CIO||http://www.aflcio.org/||We are the umbrella federation for U.S. unions, with 55 unions representing 12.5 million working men and women. We work to ensure that all people who work receive the rewards of their workâ€”decent paychecks and benefits, safe jobs, respect and fair treatment. We work to make the voices of working people heard in the White House, on Capitol Hill, in state capitals across the country and in corporate boardrooms. We provide an independent voice for working families and ways for working people to be actively engaged in politics and legislation. We also hold corporations accountable for their treatment of employees and ensure the voice of working people is heard in the financial system. We also work with federations of unions in other countries toward global social and economic fairness.|
|American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado||http://aclu-co.org/||The ACLU of Colorado is the state’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. We’re a private institution funded exclusively by the generous donations of our supporters. Our mission is to protect, defend and extend the civil rights and civil liberties of all people in Colorado through litigation, education and advocacy.|
|Auditor’s Office of the City & County of Denver||www.denvergov.org/auditor||The Auditors Office is the Internal Audit Department for the City and County of Denver. We audit City Agencies, City programs and City contracts as well as enforce Prevailing Wage. We hire candidates who have an interest in local government auditing, and we have a very diverse workforce. We are an independent City Agency, led by an elected official. We would like to add some Public Policy or Public Administration graduates to our workforce.|
|Boulder City Attorney’s Office||https://bouldercolorado.gov/city-attorney||The City Attorney’s Office serves as the legal advisor to the City Council, the city’s boards and commissions, and all city officials. The City Attorney’s Office also represents the city in civil litigation and prosecutes violations of the municipal code. The City Attorney’s Office provides real estate services to the departments of the city for the acquisition and disposition of land, easements, leases, licenses and buildings. The general areas of practice include: municipal law, contracts, litigation, land use, real estate, legislation and regulatory issues, water law, and environmental law.|
|Boulder County Attorney’s Office||http://www.bouldercounty.org/dept/countyattorney/pages/default.aspx||
The Boulder County Attorneyâ€™s Office is the in-house legal counsel for the Boulder County Government. We advise and defend the Board of County Commissioners (the elected officials in charge of the county government) and the executive departments that implement the Boardâ€™s policy, programs, and priorities (the Commissionersâ€™ Office, Budget, Land Use, Parks and Open Space, Transportation, Housing and Human Services, Community Services, and Administrative Services).
We also represent and defend the other County Elected Officials and their offices: the Clerk and Recorder (including the Elections division), the Assessor, the Treasurer, the Sheriff, the Coroner, the Surveyor, and the District Attorney. Additionally, our office serves as legal counsel for Boulder County Public Health and the Boulder County Housing Authority.
Finally, the County Attorney represents the People of the State of Colorado in Dependency and Neglect cases (Â§19-3-206, C.R.S.), Relinquishments, Guardianships, court ordered mental health proceedings (Â§27-10-111(5), C.R.S.) and/or Alcohol/Drug Abuse Treatment Commitments (Â§25-1-311, C.R.S.), as required by state statutes.
|Boulder District Attorney’s Office||www.bouldercounty.org/dept/districtattorney||The Boulder District Attorney’s Office prosecutes all state charges arising in Boulder County. Led by DA Stan Garnett, we are a vibrant and creative prosecutor’s office that takes on hard cases and goes to trial frequently. We have roughly thirty lawyers on staff, focusing on felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile prosecutions. Our office is also one of the first prosecutor’s offices in the nation to have a restorative justice program for adult felony offenses. We believe strongly in doing justice, in whatever form that takes.|
|Colorado Attorney General’s Office||www.coag.gov||Office of the Attorney General|
|Colorado Department of Human Services||https://sites.google.com/a/state.co.us/humanservices/||CDHS assists struggling Colorado families who need food, cash, and energy assistance to provide for their families; families in need of safe and affordable child care; children at risk of abuse or neglect; families who struggle to provide care for their adult children with developmental disabilities; youth who have violated the law and need structure and guidance to grow into responsible and compassionate adults; Coloradoans who need effective treatment for mental illness or substance abuse issues; and families who need resources to care for their elderly parents or nursing home care for their veteran parents. CDHS staff are committed to providing the right services to the right people in the right setting and at the right time.|
|Colorado Department of Revenue||https://www.colorado.gov/revenue||The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) is one of the few state agencies that provide services for almost every adult in the state. From administering the collection of sales and income taxes, issuing driver licenses and vehicle registrations, administering the state and multi-state lottery and scratch games, to the enforcement and regulation of gaming establishments, horse racing, liquor sales, auto dealers and most recently medical marijuana dispensaries, the scope of CDOR is broad and wide reaching. Additionally, CDOR conducts comprehensive programs to inform and educate the public and encourage voluntary compliance.|
|Colorado Department of State||www.sos.state.co.us||As a state government agency, the Colorado Department of State has oversight responsibilities for the following: Colorado elections, business registrations, notary public certifications, bingo raffle regulations, administrative rules, and charitable organizations.|
|Colorado General Assembly||http://senatorireneaguilar.com/index.html; http://susanlontineforhd1.com/||Office of State Senator Irene Aguilar, representing SD34, and State Representative Susan Lontine, representing HD1|
|Colorado Legal Services||www.ColoradoLegalServices.org||Colorado Legal Services is a private, non-profit corporation founded in 1925. Its mission is to provide meaningful access to high quality, civil legal services in the pursuit of justice for as many low income persons and members of vulnerable populations throughout Colorado as possible.|
|Colorado Office of Administrative Courts||www.colorado.gov/dpa/oac||central panel of administrative law judiciary (executive branch). Hears and decides workers’ compensation, state licensing, state level human services appeals, teacher dismissals, special education (I.D.E.A.) and other administrative law cases.|
|Colorado PERA||www.copera.org||Colorado PERA provides retirement and other benefits to more than 500,000 current and former teachers, State Troopers, snowplow drivers, corrections officers, and other public employees who provide valuable services to all of Colorado.|
|Colorado Public Defender||http://pdweb.coloradodefenders.us||The single overriding role of the Office of the State Public Defender is to fulfill requirements outlined in the United States and Colorado Constitutions as well as in Colorado Statutes, which establish the right to a level of criminal defense counsel services for indigent individuals charged with the commission of a crime in Colorado that is commensurate with the level of services available to those that are not indigent.|
|Denver District Attorney||www.denverda.org|
|Department of Energy|
|Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity||http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/fair_housing_equal_opp/aboutfheo/aboutfheo||
The mission of the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) is to eliminate housing discrimination, promote economic opportunity, and achieve diverse, inclusive communities by leading the nation in the enforcement, administration, development, and public understanding of federal fair housing policies and laws.
The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity administers federal laws and establishes national policies that make sure all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice.
Particular activities carried out by the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity include implementing and enforcing the Fair Housing Act and other civil rights laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 109 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, and the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.
|Disability Law Colorado||disabilitylawco.org||Disability Law Colorado (formerly known as The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People) is an independent, public interest non-profit organization, specializing in civil rights and discrimination issues. We work to promote systemic change to sustain or improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities. Disability Law Colorado is Coloradoâ€™s Protection and Advocacy (P&A) System for people with disabilities.|
|DNA-People’s Legal Service, Inc.||http://dnalegalservices.org/||
DNA Peopleâ€™s Legal Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal aid organization that provides free civil legal services to low-income people who otherwise could not afford to hire an attorney.
Since 1967, DNA has provided free legal aid in remote portions of three states and seven Native American nations, helping thousands of low income people annually to achieve long lasting economic stability by providing access to tribal, state and federal justice systems.
DNA provides legal assistance, advice and representation in U.S. and tribal courts, promotes tribal sovereignty, and offers community education programs that promote greater understanding of the law. DNAâ€™s services have helped people living in poverty use existing policies and laws to protect their property and assets, stay safe from physical, mental and financial abuse, avoid exploitation and safeguard their civil rights.
Today’s environmental challenges are greater than ever. But we live in a country of strong environmental laws and Earthjustice holds those who break our nation’s laws accountable for their actions. Earthjustice is the legal backbone for more than a thousand organizations, large and small. Behind nearly every major environmental win, you’ll find Earthjustice.
As the nation’s original and largest nonprofit environmental law organization, we leverage our expertise and commitment to fight for justice and advance the promise of a healthy world for all. We represent every one of our clients free of charge. With more than a hundred attorneys in offices across the country, Earthjustice pursues three key goals to secure a just, flourishing world:
CLEAN ENERGY & A HEALTHY CLIMATE
The Rocky Mountain office protects the regionâ€™s public lands and unique wildlife, challenges reckless oil and gas development and off-road vehicle use, and safeguards precious water resources. More national parks and monuments are concentrated in the Rocky Mountains and the desert southwest than in any other part of the United States. Among its majestic landscapes are snow-capped peaks and lush forests, fantastically sculpted red rock canyons, and the austere beauty of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts. The Rocky Mountain office, based in Denver, protects the regionâ€™s public lands and unique wildlife, challenges reckless oil and gas development and off-road vehicle use, and safeguards precious water resources.
|Environment America / U.S. Public Interest Research Group||environmentamerica.org; uspirg.org||
Environment America: Too often powerful industries and shortsighted politicians stand in the way of meaningful action on some of the most urgent issues facing our environment today, from global warming to clean water. Defending our environment requires sustained independent research, tough-minded advocacy and spirited grassroots action. Thatâ€™s the idea behind Environment America. Together with more than a million supporters from all walks of life, we take the kind of action that wins tangible results for our environment.
USPIRG: U.S. PIRG is a consumer group that stands up to powerful interests whenever they threaten our health and safety, our financial security, or our right to fully participate in our democratic society. For decades, weâ€™ve stood up for consumers, countering the influence of big banks, insurers, chemical manufacturers and other powerful special interests.
|Fenberg for Senate||http://stevefenberg.org||Steve Fenberg is currently running for State Senate District 18. This program will consist of a fellowship and/or internship program at the State Capitol leading up to and during the Colorado legislative sessions.|
|Independence Institute||http://i2i.org||Think tank founded on the principles of the Declaration of Independence. We work on education reform, tax and spending limitation, energy, and constitutional law, including the Second Amendment. Law students would work primarily with prof. David Kopel (www.davekopel.org) or retired prof. Robert Natelson (https://www.i2i.org/about/our-people/rob-natelson/). In addition, the Institute is starting a litigation center. We are seeking interns for the summer, or for either semester of the academic year.|
|IRS Office of Chief Counsel||IRS Office of Chief Counsel are the attorneys for the IRS. We provide general legal services to all parts of the Internal Revenue Service. Our litigators in the field handle all docketed trial work before the United States Tax Court. We recruit nationwide every Fall to hire attorneys full-time or for summer positions through our Honors program. Our local Denver office is always looking for legal externs who have completed at least one basic federal tax class.|
|Jefferson County Attorney’s Office||http://jeffco.us/county-attorney/||The County Attorneyâ€™s Office is divided into Operations and Human Services sections. The Operations Section provides legal advice and representation to the Board of County Commissioners, Elected Officials, County Departments and appointed committees, and Boards and Commissions, as authorized by the Board of County Commissioners. The Operations Section handles a variety of general civil litigation matters and prosecutes zoning violations. Operations also handles transactional matters including real estate, land use, contracts and finance. The Human Services Section provides advice, training and representation to the Department of Human Services in the areas of adult and child protection, child support enforcement and public assistance appellate issues. The Human Services section also handles cases involving mental health, legal disabilities and drug and alcohol commitments.|
|Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic||www.JAMLAC.org||The Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic provides legal services for people struggling with poverty and oppression. The majority of our work is with victims of domestic violence regarding Family Law and Immigration matters.|
|National Labor Relations Board, Region 27||www.nlrb.gov||The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law governing relations between unions and employers in the private sector. The statute guarantees the right of employees to organize and to bargain collectively with their employers, and to engage in other protected concerted activity with or without a union, or to refrain from all such activity.|
|Office of Alternate Defense Counsel||www.coloradoadc.org||The Office of Alternate Defense Counsel is an administrative agency of the Colorado State Judicial branch. Essentially we train, assign and evaluate 450 or so private attorneys who represent criminally accused indigent individuals where the State Office of the Public Defender has a conflict of interest.|
|Office of Governor John Hickenlooper, Office Legal Counsel||https://www.colorado.gov/governor/||The Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel provides legal advice to Governor Ritter and his staff on a wide range of legal issues. In addition, the office coordinates the Governor’s appointments of judges, drafts all executive orders, reviews legislation, serves as a liaison with the Attorney General’s Office and advises the office on personnel issues. The office consists of one Chief Counsel and one Deputy Counsel. The Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel relies on law clerks to provide assistance to the office through a wide variety of functions. Law clerks have the opportunity to draft legal memoranda for the Chief Counsel and the Governor, research and draft executive orders and review legislation.|
|Office of Legislative Legal Services||http://tornado.state.co.us/gov_dir/leg_dir/olls/employment_opportunities.htm||The office is the in-house counsel to the Colorado General Assembly. Our duties include the following:
* Drafting bills and amendments;
* Staffing legislative committees;
* Advising legislators;
* Review of bills and enrolling;
* Coordination of litigation;
* Review of administrative rules and regulations;
* Review of initiatives; and
* Assisting legislators with the Colorado Open Records Act.
|Office of the Child’s Representative||www.coloradochildrep.org||State Agency that contracts with, trains and oversees attorneys representing children’s best interests in a variety of court proceedings including child welfare, delinquency, truancy, paternity ,probate and high conflict domestic relations cases|
|Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services||http://www.hhs.gov/ogc/index.html#||
The Office of the General Counsel (OGC) is the legal team for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), providing quality representation and legal advice on a wide range of highly visible national issues. OGC supports the development and implementation of the Department’s programs by providing the highest quality legal services to the Secretary of HHS and the organization’s various agencies and divisions.
A team of over 400 attorneys and a comprehensive support staff, OGC is one of the largest and most diverse and talented law offices in the country. Many OGC lawyers are heavily involved in administrative and Federal court litigation. In collaboration with the Department of Justice, OGC attorneys may have primary responsibility for complex district court and appellate litigation, trying cases and arguing appeals in the initial years of service. The OGC team also reviews proposed regulations and legislation affecting significant issues of health and human services.
|Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)||www.rmian.org||RMIAN is a nonprofit organization in Colorado that provides free immigration legal services to individuals in immigration detention, and to children throughout the state.|
|Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center||www.rmvictimlaw.org||RMvlc’s mission is to transform the criminal justice system to consistently honor the voice of every victim to vigorously safeguard victims’ rights. RMvlc is a statewide organization that provides training and technical assistance on victims’ rights, and pro bono representation to victims of violent crime with victims rights needs in criminal cases. RMvlc is also the home of the Legal Information Network of Colorado (LINC), a federally-funded Denver-based legal information and resource project seeking to improve legal services for victims of crime.|
|State of Colorado, DORA, Civil Rights Division||www.dora.colorado.gov/crd||The Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD) is charged with enforcing the State’s anti-discrimination laws in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations. CCRD works to eliminate and prevent discrimination in these areas through investigation, education, mediation and enforcement.|
|The Center for Out-of-Court Divorce||www.centerforoutofcourtdivorce.org||The Center for Out-Of-Court Divorce is a non-profit organization providing a proven family-centered approach for couples with children who want to end their partnership or marriage through compassionate, holistic, and simple divorce resolution. This out-of-court process works in partnership with the legal system to offer financial and legal education, mediation and individual and family counseling. We empower parents by helping them avoid a court process that is often lengthy, expensive and conflicted in order to support the long-term well-being of families.|
|The Colorado Lawyers Committee||http://www.coloradolawyerscommittee.org/||
Founded in 1978, the Colorado Lawyers Committee is a nonpartisan consortium of more than 65 Colorado law firms dedicated to creating and increasing opportunities for children, the poor and other disadvantaged communities through advocacy, negotiation and litigation. The lawyers who donate their time through the Lawyers Committee focus primarily on major public policy issues and systemic changes rather than representation of individuals. This past year, 750 volunteers donated more than 7,000 hours to Colorado Lawyers Committee projects. The Colorado Lawyers Committee is affiliated with the Lawyersâ€™ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in Washington D.C. and similar organizations in seven other cities throughout the country.
The Colorado Lawyers Committee has 25 active projects in the areas of Childrenâ€™s Rights & Education, Civil Rights & Criminal Law, Poverty & Public Benefits, Community Development, and Immigration. In addition, in 2015, the Lawyers Committee created a Young Lawyers Division which has engaged more than 75 young (or recently admitted) lawyers and law students who are making a difference on six different YLD teams. Last year, more than 750 volunteers contributed more than 7,000 hours and $2.6 million worth of time to Colorado Lawyers Committee projects.
|U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado|
|U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights||http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.html||
The mission of the Office for Civil Rights is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement of civil rights.
We serve student populations facing discrimination and the advocates and institutions promoting systemic solutions to civil rights problems. An important responsibility is resolving complaints of discrimination. Agency-initiated cases, typically called compliance reviews, permit OCR to target resources on compliance problems that appear particularly acute. OCR also provides technical assistance to help institutions achieve voluntary compliance with the civil rights laws that OCR enforces. An important part of OCR’s technical assistance are partnerships designed to develop creative approaches to preventing and addressing discrimination.
The Office for Civil Rights enforces several Federal civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination in programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance from the Department of Education. Discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin is prohibited by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; sex discrimination is prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; discrimination on the basis of disability is prohibited by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and age discrimination is prohibited by the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. These civil rights laws enforced by OCR extend to all state education agencies, elementary and secondary school systems, colleges and universities, vocational schools, proprietary schools, state vocational rehabilitation agencies, libraries, and museums that receive U.S. Department of Education funds. Areas covered may include, but are not limited to: admissions, recruitment, financial aid, academic programs, student treatment and services, counseling and guidance, discipline, classroom assignment, grading, vocational education, recreation, physical education, athletics, housing, and employment. OCR also has responsibilities under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (prohibiting disability discrimination by public entities, whether or not they receive federal financial assistance). In addition, as of January 8, 2002, OCR enforces the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act (Section 9525 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001). Under the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act, no public elementary school or State or local education agency that provides an opportunity for one or more outside youth or community groups to meet on school premises or in school facilities before or after school hours shall deny equal access or a fair opportunity to meet to, or discriminate against, any group officially affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America, or any other youth group listed in Title 36 of the United States Code as a patriotic society.
|U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD)||www.hud.gov||We are a federal government agency and our Office of Counsel deals with many legal issues that arise in the course of enacting HUD’s programs: fair housing issues including issuing Charges of Discrimination, public and Native American housing issues, conducting loan closings for multifamily housing developments which in turn helps to provide affordable housing, insuring single family mortgage loans so people can realize the dream of homeownership, etc. We also provide in-house counsel on administrative and personnel issues.|
|U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division||https://www.justice.gov/enrd||
The Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Department of Justice handles environmental and natural resources litigation on behalf of the United States. The work of the Division arises under approximately 150 federal civil and criminal statutes, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA (Superfund), Safe Drinking Water Act, Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, and Tucker Act.
The Divisionâ€™s mission is to enforce the Nationâ€™s environmental laws to ensure clean air, water and land for all Americans; prosecute criminal cases under federal pollution and wildlife laws; defend environmental and natural resources laws and federal agency programs and actions; litigate cases under statutes providing for the management of public lands and natural and cultural resources; litigate cases to protect the rights of Indians under treaties, acts of Congress, and Executive Orders, and defend the United States in claims brought by Indians; prosecute eminent domain proceedings to acquire land on behalf of the United States for authorized public purposes; conduct the Divisionâ€™s appellate litigation in federal circuit courts of appeals and state appellate tribunals, and assist the Office of the Solicitor General with appeals to the United States Supreme Court; and advise the Attorney General, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, and the White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law.
ENRD’s main office is in Washington, D.C. with field office locations in Denver and San Francisco.
|U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Hearings Unit||The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces the following federal laws: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), Equal Pay Act (EPA), titles I and V of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended (ADA), and title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA). These laws prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or in retaliation for opposing job discrimination, filing a charge or participating in proceedings under the laws. EEOC’s mandate is to determine in a fair and objective manner whether the laws it enforces have been violated.|
|United States Environmental Protection Agency||https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/air-enforcement#mobile||The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) mission is to protect human health and the environment. The EPA’s Mobile Source Enforcement Branch is primarily made up of attorneys, engineers, and scientists who enforce the fuels provisions of Title II of the Clean Air Act and the regulations promulgated thereunder.|
|United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission||www.eeoc.gov||The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the federal agency tasked with enforcing federal statutes prohibiting workplace discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age, and genetic information. The legal department is responsible for a full range of litigation activities, including developing cases, discovery, motion work, and trial. The EEOC legal department is an exciting and hands-on experience. Interns typically get to observe depositions and oral arguments, interview witnesses and victims, and the largest part of any internship is research and legal writing, including memorandum and briefs.|
|US Marine Corps Officer Selection Office||Military-Recruitment- Officer Selection office|
|Weld County District Attorney’s Office||http://www.co.weld.co.us/Departments/DistrictAttorney/||The Weld County District Attorney’s Office prosecutes violations of state law occurring within the 19th Judicial District which encompasses Weld County.|
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