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League of United Latin American Citizens

Type of Internship: Nonprofit Organization, Political Advocacy
Internship Availability: Spring, Summer, Fall
Location: Washington, D.C.
Quick Links: Internship website


Looking for a meaningful way to serve the Latino community? The League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization, seeks several talented and passionate interns to work for the LULAC national headquarters in Washington D.C.

In collaboration with the LULAC national staff, interns can combine their academic interests with real-world experience in any of the following areas: legislation and policy, community programs, communications, membership, special events, development, health, education, housing, fiscal, or executive areas. Starting with their first day on the job, LULAC National Interns are an important part of the team, and work side by side with staff to address local and national issues. From communicating with congressional representatives, to researching the latest legislation affecting Latinos, our interns are enthusiastic, bright and vocal participants in the LULAC advocacy process.

Past Interns

Uribe, Elmer

Uribe, Elmer

DC Semester: Fall 2009
School: UGA School of Public and International Affairs
Type of Internship: Nonprofit Organization

I was born in Peru and moved to Alpharetta, Georgia at the age of 11. I majored in International Affairs with a minor in French. After graduating from the University of Georgia, I attended law school at the Catholic University of America in DC where I graduated in May 2014.

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