We advance justice for the most underrepresented children across the state through several initiatives.
We employ a three-pronged approach of direct connection, community and coalition building, and system reform.
Board of Directors
Board Vice Chair
Barnes & Thornburg
Immediate Past Board Chair
King & Spalding LLP
Georgia Institute of Technology
Taylor English Duma
Alston & Bird LLP
Bey & Associates
Bondurant Mixson & Elmore
Dougherty County School System
State Bar of Georgia
McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Nelson Mulllins Riley & Scarborough, LLP
Judge Todd Markle
Court of Appeals of Georgia
Cox Rodman & Middleton
Delta Air Lines
Judge Shondeana Morris
DeKalb County Superior Court
Justice David Nahmias
Supreme Court of Georgia, Retired
Raj M. Nichani
The RMN Agency
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
Rooms To Go
Partners in Change
Georgia State University
L. Chris Stewart
Stewart Miller Simmons
Taylor English Duma
Jobs and Internships
We are currently fully staffed. Continue to check here for openings.
INTERNSHIPS & EXTERNSHIPS
We invite undergraduate, graduate, and law students to share our passion to dismantle the school to prison pipeline, keep low-income families and their children in safe and healthy homes, and support children in foster care. We offer unpaid internships and externships for graduate and law students for fall, spring, and summer, as well as summer internships for undergraduates. In addition, we host fellows from a variety of fellowship programs. We value new perspectives, and diversity in life and work experience.
Interns and externs assist attorneys and program staff in all current program activities. An individual intern or extern’s experience will depend on their interests and goals, and our current needs.
They may do the following:
- Conduct legal, social science, and policy research
- Write and update attorney manuals and guidance
- Draft and prepare legal and other advocacy documents (including pleadings, briefs, talking points, emails, etc.)
- Develop tools for parents, students, and other caregivers
- Visit and interview stakeholders
- Assist in the representation of children in foster care before school disciplinary tribunals
- Attend and assist with coalition and other stakeholder meetings
- Participate in advocacy strategy sessions
- Collect and assess statistical data
- Coordinate public programs and events
Interested students should send a current resume by email to email@example.com with “Internship/Externship Query” in the subject line of the email. In the body of the email, please explain why you are interested in working with us, and highlight life, education, and work experiences you believe relevant to our work. We prefer applicants who can commit to a full semester or summer internship or externship.
Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any job applicant or employee because of that person’s race, color, sex, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, creed, citizenship, HIV status, or marital status. We recognize the value of diversity in the workplace and strongly urge people in all protected groups to apply for employment. Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals with mental or physical disabilities who are otherwise qualified to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of a given position in a satisfactory manner, provided the needed accommodation does not result in an undue hardship for Georgia Appleseed.