Friday, November 22, 2013

American Bar Association's Section of Science & Techonology Law

Interested in Science & Technology Law?  Join the American Bar Association's Section of Science & Technology Law ("SciTech"). Membership is free for members of the ABA.  If you are not currently an ABA member, law students can join for a year for only $25.

Membership in SciTech gives can help you:
  • make the right connections and build your network
  • keep up with the latest developments
  • gain practical insights and develop skills
  • raise your profile
  • make a difference
As a SciTech member, you get unlimited access to over 25 hot-topic committees/listservs. In addition, becoming a member of the ABA gives you access to the ABA Job Board and a up to 18 free CLE credits per year.  Check out the following resources for more information:

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Education Pioneers Graduate School Fellowship

Education Pioneers Graduate School Fellowship program is a full-time, paid 10-week summer program that places talented graduate students from diverse educational backgrounds such as business, education, law, and public policy degrees, into leadership positions across school districts, charter schools and other education organizations to tackle mission-critical consulting projects. Additionally, Education Pioneers also has a year-long fellowship that students can also consider. Our Graduate School Fellows receive structured professional development trainings and are exposed to experts in the field to gain a deeper understanding and knowledge about the key topics impacting urban education. For additional information about our Summer and Yearlong Fellowships please visit the Education Pioneers website.

Education Pioneers has scheduled several Online Webinar Information Sessions in the coming weeks where students can learn more about the fellowships.  Visit their Recruiting Events page for more information about these information sessions and to register.

The deadline for the priority-round of applications is December 11, 2013.  If you have any questions, email the Recruiting office at