Employment Opportunities 

Apply your unique talents and professional expertise toward sustaining the mission of the Connecticut Fair Housing Center.  If interested in an open position, please follow the instructions in the posting to submit application materials for consideration.

Current Staff Openings:

  • Legal Fellowship 
  • Legal Internship / Externship Program 

Legal Fellowship

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center seeks candidates to apply for a fellowship, such as school-funded, Equal Justice Works, Skadden, or CBF Singer Fellowships. The project must be focused on assisting underrepresented populations with respect to housing such as, but not limited to, eviction, fair housing, fair lending, or foreclosure issues. Please begin the process by submitting a letter of interest, resume, and brief description of your proposal to Pamela Heller via electronic mail: pheller@ctfairhousing.org

Candidates should be a graduate or expected graduate of an accredited law school. Fellowships generally are restricted to applicants who have never worked full-time in the nonprofit sector. Applications are due in Fall 2020 for fellowships beginning in Fall 2021.

Application Deadline:  Ongoing 

Legal Internship / Externship Program 

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center offers students the opportunity to gain experience working on litigation and policy research at a non-profit law firm dedicated to ensuring equal access to housing opportunities.  The Center maintains an active litigation caseload of trial-level, appeal, and administrative cases at both the state and federal level. Interested law students should apply. Details provided here.

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center is an equal opportunity employer. 

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