Our Commitment to Equity in Hiring Practices
Staff and board members of the Colorado Center on Law and Policy value our common humanity. We want and will strive to be a compassionate, reflective, learning community that actively reaches out to bridge differences and strives for equity through the transformation of ourselves, our organization and ultimately our world.
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy strives to be an inclusive organization, and as such takes affirmative action to insure that discrimination does not occur against an employee or applicant on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, religious or political affiliation, disability or any other classification protected under applicable law. People of color and people fluent in Spanish are encouraged to apply.
Food Policy Advocate
The Food Policy Advocate will advance CCLP’s mission by supporting and organizing legal and legislative efforts to develop a collaborative economic justice agenda that will improve the lives of Coloradans experiencing poverty. The Food Policy Advocate will be focused on improving access to nutrition programs, healthy food, and related public benefits. In addition to food policy, this role may support general policy and analysis for CCLP’s broad anti-poverty agenda.
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy’s internship program provides first-hand experience with research and advocacy.
There are no internship opportunities at this time. Check back with us at a later date. To learn more about our internship program, contact us.
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy welcomes volunteers to help advance our work for justice and economic security for all Coloradans. Volunteers may take on a variety of roles depending on their experience and interests.
To learn more about volunteer opportunities with CCLP, contact us.
The first step to getting involved is getting informed. You’ve already started that process by visiting our Web site and (hopefully) reading some of our materials. Take the next step by signing up to receive e-mail updates. If you’re already a subscriber, you can change the types of e-mail you receive by clicking the link at the bottom of any message called “Update Profile/Email address.”
Default list for all subscribers. Stay informed on cutting-edge research, CCLP updates, breaking news from the capitol and legislative developments. Typically one to four emails per week.