About Us: Justice in Mexico is a leading academic research initiative on crime and violence, judicial reform, and human rights in Mexico. Interns contribute to our work by gathering data, writing briefs and fact sheets, and providing direct assistance to the staff on a wide range of projects. Our interns earn up to 3 units of upper division USD credit, develop a strong working knowledge of rule of law promotion efforts in Mexico, and gain valuable research, writing, and teamwork skills.
Intern Activities—Fall 2014:
(10-15 hours per week)
Crime & Violence: Document crime victimization
Police & Judicial Reform: Analyze ground-breaking Tijuana police study
Human Rights Advocacy: Assist in expert testimony for Mexican asylum cases
How to Apply:
1. Visit our internship page
2. Fill out the application
3. Attach a resume or CV
We will review all applications and hold interviews by October 3rd.
Internships will begin by October 6th and December 12th.