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Sponsoring EHI Interns is Simple

Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) recruits and screens potential interns. Once a job site selects one or more interns, CRF assists with monitoring interns’ performance, handles all the paperwork, and pays interns’ wages.

The cost to sponsor is $4,000 per student, some of which is tax-deductible.  Sponsors may also underwrite the cost for an intern to be placed at a non-profit job site designated by the sponsor or CRF.



Join these outstanding companies and firms and provide a unique and impactful opportunity to change a young person’s life through EHI today, download the Sponsorship Agreement Form.

Questions? Contact Lourdes Morales at or (213) 316-2125.

Expanding Horizons Internship Culmination Invitation

Inspire. Cultivate. Create... and Join Us to Celebrate!


Expanding Horizons Internships Luncheon and Culmination Ceremony

Friday, August 11, 2017
11:15 a.m. luncheon, followed by ceremony from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
California Community Foundation, Downtown Los Angeles

2017 Sponsors

The Aerospace Corporation
Allen Matkins
Alston+Bird LLP
Anderson McPharlin & Conners LLP
Robert C. Aronoff
Arnold & Porter
Avery Dennison
Barnes & Thornburg LLP
Bird Marella
The Claro Group LLC.
Crowell & Moring LLP
Dentons US LLP

Foley Lardner LLP
Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato L.C.

Jackson Lewis P.C.
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Latham & Watkins LLP
Littler Mendelson, P.C.
The Max H. Gluck Foundation
Meylan Davitt Jain Arevian & Kim LLP
Morrison & Foerster
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
NewMark Merrill Companies
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Proskauer Rose LLP
Rodeo Realty
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter and Hampton LLP
Sidley Austin LLP
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Snell & Wilmer L.L.P
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Universal Studios Hollywood
The Walt Disney Company



EHI changes students’ lives,
but if you ask anyone at our firm, each intern we’ve hosted throughout the years has made a positive and lasting impact on our lives, as well.

- Julie Inouye, Dentons

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Expanding Horizons Internships
An Opportunity to Transform a Teenager's Life

For more information, contact Lourdes Morales or (213) 316-2125.

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The Experience of Hosting an Intern

When you sponsor an intern through CRF's Expanding Horizons Internships (EHI), you are opening the door for an enthusiastic, motivated, and hardworking high school student.

Join these outstanding companies and firms and provide a unique and impactful opportunity to change a young person’s life through EHI today, download the Sponsorship Agreement Form.

This opportunity is unique from other programs as EHI provides high school juniors with a paid five-week internship and nearly 50 hours of intensive college and career preparation. All of the EHI students are low-income, first-generation college-bound.

Our EHI students are truly remarkable and have so much talent, but they have had limited exposure to professional career opportunities in their underserved communities. This incredible program changes the lives of the students and positively affects participating companies through the interns’ youthful energy and unwavering drive.




Benefits of Sponsoring an EHI Intern

This is a mutually beneficial opportunity for both the interns and the host. The professional work place skills, critical thinking, and confidence students gain in this program helps them continue to further their academic growth in college and enter the workforce prepared and eager to contribute. Often, EHI hosts want their interns to return the following summer, some offering full-time positions after the student graduates from college.

Job site supervisors determine interns’ tasks based on the needs of the workplace, see sample tasks and take a look at the Site Supervisor video. The intern will gladly help sites gain insight on any administrative tasks, help with spreadsheets or other office work, or even expand social media footprint.


How Interns are Selected

Prospective interns submit extensive applications containing all of the information found on a resume, along with a one-page essay, and two letters of recommendation. CRF than interviews all applicants and prescreens based on general job readiness, career interests, and qualifications.

Job sites interview 2-3 intern candidates per position and select the one they feel best meets their needs. Interns work a total of 125 hours within-in a five week during summer months. Job sites choose from two summer sessions:

  • Group A (June 14 – July 11) and/or
  • Group B (July 12 – August 8)


Questions? Contact Lourdes Morales at or (213) 316-2125.

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