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To view at the latest job postings, visit Symplicity.
Through participation in the Externship Program, students can earn academic credit for work with a nonprofit organization, a government agency, or a member of the judiciary. (LL.M. students may be eligible for the program on a case‐by-case basis.) The Externship course applications are available on this website.
Applications for externship credit are due no later than two (2) weeks before the beginning of the semester. See Guidelines for Academic Credit for Externships.
Please email Bill Powers, Director of Internship & Externship Programs, for more information about the Programs.
1. Secure a placement
2. Apply to one of the UHLC Externship Programs
3. Meet the guidelines for academic credit and complete your placement