We are a team of talented professionals who are passionate about our mission to transform the lives of abused, neglected and at-risk children through compassionate legal advocacy, clinical services, education and public policy reform.
The Office Administrator/Program Support Associate supports the staff, manages essential office functions, serves as primary receptionist to callers and visitors, helps callers to identify, and provides referrals for, agencies and organizations that may address the callers’ specific needs and circumstances, and acts as Spanish interpreter/translator for program staff and clients. This position requires strong communication skills in both English and Spanish. This position reports to the Deputy Executive Director.
Social Workers at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, working closely with our attorneys, are responsible for providing professional consultation, guidance, and expertise in the areas of child protection, children and family services, education, permanency, and other areas affecting children and youth. In addition, social workers are involved in promoting positive system change for the benefit of children and families in Colorado.
Staff attorneys at the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center are responsible for providing zealous advocacy and legal representation to clients involved in child welfare, family stability, education, domestic violence and young adult civil matters. In addition, staff attorneys are involved in promoting positive system change for the benefit of children and families in Colorado.
The Children’s Law Center offers several summer internship opportunities for law students across our program areas. The summer internship program runs roughly from late-May through mid-August, depending on the students’ schedules.
Applications for the 2019 Summer Internship Program will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Specific application instructions are included in the postings.