• The Public Interest Career Resources Spreadsheet has a list of Temple community members who do public interest work and are happy to share information and advice.
  • For public interest career advising, contact Jorge Godoy, Temple Law’s Director of Public Interest Programs.
  • Keep an eye out for PIPS (Public Interest/Public Service) Job Fair which is held by the┬áThe Consortium of Greater Philadelphia Area Law Schools at Temple’s Center City Campus. PIPS takes place at the end of January or early February, but registration will begin in mid-December. More information to come.
  • For a list of national public service opportunities, look to the Arizona Handbook.


  • Honors Grants! SPIN provides funding for students who are involved in public interest work throughout the year and take unpaid public interest summer internships.
  • Apply for federal work study funding through Temple. Work study funding will be discussed in more detail in the Spring.
  • Equal Justice America provides a stipend to students who do public interest work over the summer. More information for Summer 2019 will be available on their website in the Spring.