Empowering Our Youth to Strengthen Our Democracy
2022 No. 8
We were thrilled to be interviewed by Robert Hubbell for his Today's Edition podcast this week! Robert Hubbell is a lawyer who started sending regular emails to his family in February 2017 to help them stay calm in the face of current events. Those emails were shared widely, so he began making them public and now he has 40,000 subscribers. We both read his newsletter every morning (as well as that of Heather Cox Richardson.) It was fun to meet him and an honor to have Students for Justice profiled in this week's email. The podcast is about 30 minutes long; click on the image below to hear it.
With hope for our democracy,
Claire Ullman & Sandra Radoff
Help us find opportunities for our former interns!
We work hard to make Students for Justice a career stepping stone for our interns. One of the ways we do this is by sharing job and internship opportunities with our program alumni. If you know of an opportunity for current college students or recent graduates, in any field, please email us to let us know about it so we can share it with our intern community. You might even consider having one of our former interns work for you this summer!
Want to make a difference?
The ongoing success of the internship program has been made possible by the COVID-friendly fundraising we’ve been doing, with more than 30 virtual house parties held since last spring. (Thank you to our AMAZING house party hosts for pulling their friends together on Zoom to learn more and help raise funds for these paid internships!) Click here to attend, host, or learn more about a house party.

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