From the NABA-DC Executive Board:
With summer on the horizon, the Native American Bar Association of Washington, DC (NABA-DC) is gearing up its programming for DC summer interns interested in Indian law and policy, including our brownbag lunch series and mentorship program!
Below is a sign up link for interns to receive NABA-DC summer event information, request a mentor, and participate in the brownbag lunch series!
Interns sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/uO3tErRM8NDbqXvl2
Also, if you are an attorney in DC, we hope you will consider serving as a mentor and/or hosting a brownbag lunch for interns!
Mentors sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/2Izr3Sj79OB1u9mF2
Mentorship Program: NABA-DC coordinates a mentorship program each summer to give legal interns working in Indian law a personal networking experience. Interns are matched with professionals working in Washington D.C., with efforts made to find mentors who are working in the same fields the interns wish to enter. The goal of the program is to enrich the interns’ educational experience in D.C. and connect practitioners with the next generation of Native leaders.
Brownbag Program and Other Events: Every year, NABA-DC organizes events for summer interns working in the field of Indian law and policy. Events include brownbag lunches at government agencies, law firms, and non-profit organizations, as well as happy hours and a summer picnic. The brownbag lunch series is a wonderful opportunity for interns to network with fellow interns and potential employers.
Please note: Brownbag hosts that have participated in the program in the past have been contacted regarding scheduling for this summer. If your organization has not participated in the past and would like to participate this summer or if you have any questions about the brownbag lunch series please contact email@example.com.
The NABA-DC Executive Board