Martin Luther King Jr. Internship Program
The program provides a paid, 10-week opportunity for talented law students to spend their summer experiencing the real world of legal aid advocacy. Will work under the supervision of seasoned attorneys in offices and projects across the state, bringing legal theory to life by doing substantive work on real cases for real clients.
Director of Student Community Ethics
The candidate will provide overall supervision/direction for departmental operations, personnel, and programs. Recruit, train, supervise full time professional staff, provide oversight and budget stability of revenue generation and efficient operation of the DSCE, appropriate DSCE funds in a manner consistent with the DSCE mission and strategic plan and university policies and processes, and direct the DSCE efforts related to department...
Associate Vice Chancellor
The candidate is an integral member of the leadership team of the Division of Student Affairs which includes: Admissions, Auxiliaries, Bookstore, Campus Activities, Campus Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Campus Recreation and Wellness, Cat Card, Dining Services, Financial Aid, Greek Student Engagement and Development, Health Services, lnterCultural Affairs, Kneedler Child Development Center, Orientation, Marketing and Assessment, ...
Poverty Law Attorney
The candidate should be N.C. licensed attorney to handle poverty law cases. Legal aid experience preferred. Passion for promoting justice and overcoming barriers facing low-income people, being a creative and zealous attorney and a team-player and demonstrated commitment to achieving lasting results for clients and low-income communities are all important. Will represent and advise clients in judicial and administrative hearings in landlord/tenant, con...