Human Rights USA hosts student internships every semester, training future attorneys and human rights advocates by immersing them in our cases. But what happens when they leave? Many of them go on to use human rights strategies to solve local problems.
For example, we're proud that one former Human Rights USA intern, Jessica Dickenson Goodman, has taken what she learned in her internship with us (and her experiences gained at other great organizations) and she is now working to get an anti-trafficking bill passed in Pittsburgh. Go Jessica!
Click here to read the interview on Change.org, which also has a link to an online petition supporting the Pittsburgh bill.