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Selection Criteria for the Michael Maggio Immigrants' Rights Summer Fellowship Program


Host Sites

Fellowship host sites must be recognized non-profit organizations. These include:

The host organization must be willing to host the student for 10 weeks and provide a $1,500 stipend. The $1,500 amount may be paid from the host organization's funds or may be provided by the law student through other means, e.g., law school public interest funding, independent fundraising, etc. The host organization must commit to supervise and provide all logistical needs of the Fellow including office space and supplies.

Fellowship Projects

Selection criteria include:

Fellows

Fellowship recipients must meet the following criteria:

Application Requirements

A complete application will include the following items:

THE 2014 APPLICATION PERIOD IS NOW OPEN.


How To Submit Your Application


(1) To apply electronically (preferred method):

Please send your application via email to stimmons@aila.org with the following information in the subject line "[your name] - Maggio Fellowship 2014" and attach both the completed application form and the essays.

Please complete Part I and Part II of the application form (PDF or Word Doc). Part I is available as a PDF form that applicants may fill out electronically and submit via email attachment. Part II refers to the essay section of the application. The essays should be submitted as a separate attachment to your email in a format that is easily accessible by the general public (e.g., Word, PDF, etc.)

Michael Maggio Immigrants' Rights Fellowship Application Form

THE 2014 APPLICATION PERIOD IS NOW OPEN.

(2) To apply via mail:

Mail the complete application to the following address:
American Immigration Lawyers Association
1331 G Street, NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
Attention: Susan Timmons

THE 2014 APPLICATION PERIOD IS NOW OPEN.


Questions?

Email Susan Timmons at the American Immigration Lawyers Association, stimmons@aila.org with any questions.