Public Service Guides: Making a Difference Volumes I and IIThe route to a public service internship or career is different from that of seeking a position with a firm. The first step in determining the type of legal work that will most satisfy and suit you is to evaluate your talents and values, which is where MAD Guide Vol. I starts out. Information on funding, networking, sample cover letters and resumes, and self-assessment tools are just some of the topics covered and resources available to you in MAD Guide Volume I. MAD Guide Volume II focuses on government careers. Making a Difference: A Law Student's Guide to Public Service Vol. I: Public Interest CareersMaking a Difference: A Law Student's Guide to Public Service Vol. II: Government Careers(If you are experiencing difficulties accessing these documents, please right-click and save the file.)We hope that this guide, compiled specifically for Michigan Law students, proves to be a useful resource in your quest to work in public service. Be sure to utilize the many other resources that OPS offers including the extensive resources compiled on our website and one-on-one counseling with our attorney advisors. For any questions or to set up an appointment stop by OCP at 1100 South Hall or call 734.764.0546.
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