Annual Southern California Public Interest/Public Sector Career Day

An all-day career fair with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private public interest firms.

The Annual Southern California Public Interest/Public Sector Career Day (Career Day) brings more than 130 nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private public interest firms​ to recruit law students for summer internships, semester-long opportunities, and postgraduate positions. 

Students from the 13 cosponsoring southern California law schools are welcome to participate in any of the following components:

  1. Formal, prescheduled interviews conducted in the building.
  2. Online resume collections.
  3. Informal "table-talk" (meet-and-greet with organizations' representatives staffing information tables.
  4. Informal, topical lunchtime discussions.
  5. A formal, afternoon criminal law panel.

Other law students are welcome to participate in components 3-5 above.

Registration is free for employers and students. Employers, the online registration process will open in late-October or early-November. Students, please keep an eye out for announcements regarding information sessions and e-mails with instructions on the bidding process for interviews and online resume collections beginning in November.

More information on Career Day.

Questions may be directed to Brenda Kim at kimb@law.ucla.edu.