Summer funding available for students doing labor and employment work

Due April 10: KCBA Labor and Employment Section summer funding available

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Application Deadline: Monday, April 10, 2017

Do you have a summer internship with a non-profit or government agency where you’ll be doing Labor and Employment law work? Need some summer funding? Need a backup plan if PILA funding doesn’t work out? Look no further, $6,000 available.

The King County Bar Association Labor and Employment Section is dedicated to educating future lawyers about the practice of labor and employment law. This grant give students the opportunity to have a hands-on experience in the field of labor and employment law.

Read more and apply here

Worried about student debt? Learn how to manage it with Equal Justice Works webinars

How to Earn Public Service Loan ForgivenessApril 6, 2017, 4:00 – 5:00 pm 
Do you have federal loans and either work or want to work in public service? Then this webinar is for you. Join us for a discussion on Public Service Loan Forgiveness, the government program that provides tax-free loan forgiveness for those working in public service. Learn how to qualify, track progress, and apply for forgiveness under this amazing government program.  Register here 
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Due May 3: Time to apply for the Loan Repayment Assistance Program

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

LRAP constitutes a core component of the School of Law’s commitment to public service as a public law school by increasing the ability of its graduates to enter public service law.

Participants are required to commit to remain in public service employment for a three year period. Loans are given at the beginning of each of the three years. The first loan will be forgiven after two years of qualifying employment and the additional two loans will be forgiven after three years of qualifying employment.

The School of Law loans $5000 each to approximately three new applicants per year and will commit to awarding an additional $5000 a year for two more years for a total commitment of $15,000 per participant.