Pennsylvania Farmworker Project Summer Internship

This fellowship is an exciting opportunity for a law student to serve the immigrant worker community. PFP has a full-time staff of one attorney and one paralegal. Our interns participate in all of our casework, including client interviewing, legal research and other case preparation, as well as whatever litigation and administrative casework we have available. Our case numbers increase as our outreach efforts increase.

The Peggy Browning Fellow will work closely with PFP staff on a variety of employment and immigration cases while collaborating with other legal and social service providers to provide more comprehensive services to farmworkers. PFP interns will lead know-your-rights discussions with farmworkers at their homes and at events, visit farmworker housing on their employer’s property, and interview and advise farmworker clients under the PFP attorney’s supervision.


Applicants should follow the link and apply directly through the Peggy Browning Fellowship.