The Cohn Summer Fellowship provides summer funding in the amount of $6000 for one or more Michigan Law students working in public service within the State of Michigan. This may include internships with state government agencies or non-profit organizations.
The Cohn Summer Fellowship is made possible by a gift from the Honorable Avern Cohn '49, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan. In creating the fellowship, Judge Cohn seeks to encourage Michigan Law students to be of service to the community while they explore career paths that contribute to the public good.
Ashleigh Bowne ('20), U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Michigan
Chris Opila ('20), Michigan Immigrant Rights Center
In order to be considered for the Cohn Summer Fellowship, you will need to submit your application on Symplicity (#16911) by March 23, 2018. Your application must include a copy of your resume and an essay answering the following question (in 500 words or less): Please explain what type of work you hope to do this summer and how it will further your career goals. Applicants do not have to have a position secured before applying for the Fellowship.
A committee of appointed faculty will select applicants based on demonstrated commitment to public service, with preference given to applicants who demonstrate a particular commitment to serving the people of the State of Michigan. The committee will consider factors such as your past experiences (academic, volunteer, and professional), your career goals, and how the work you propose to do this summer will further those goals.
At the conclusion of the summer, the Fellow must submit a summary for Public Service Network that includes the contact information of the organization for which the Fellow worked, a description of the duties performed, and an evaluation of the job experience.
If you have any questions about the Cohn Summer Fellowship, please email Public Interest Director Alan Kahn at email@example.com or call 734.764.0546.
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