Civic Nebraska Hiring Interns & Summer Law Clerks


Interested in working to protect voting rights and increase youth community engagement? To find out more about our mission, read here.

If you are in high school or an undergraduate, Civic Nebraska will hire several interns for the Spring Semester to assist with our legislative initiatives and youth engagement programs. Interns will work on youth community engagement programs, help with research for the legislative session, help coordinate community events, and provide other assistance around the office.

If you are interested, please submit your resume to Adam Morfeld via email at before January 15th.

If you are a first or second year law student, Civic Nebraska will be hiring four legal clerks for the summer who will focus on voting rights policy research, non partisan election observation, voting rights investigations, constitutional law research focusing on election claims, and state and federal election law compliance. Civic Nebraska will be conducting On Campus Interviews at the University of Nebraska and Creighton Colleges of Law during the beginning of the Spring Semester.

Be sure to sign up for an interview on Roscoe. If you have any additional questions in the meantime, contact Adam Morfeld at

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