Saw this at TaxProf Blog
The Association of American Law Schools wants to employ several law students, who will “work on research and writing projects related to [the Association’s] mission of improving legal education.” In particular, students will have the opportunity to work on projects related to “the value of a U.S. legal education” and “financial aid for law students.” There’s just one catch: These are unpaid internships.
Law schools do not even value the work of their law students, apparently.
And to think I was missing something and being undervalued all this time as a stay at home mother to four children?
Part 2 here
Some interesting ones was a bus driver for doggy daycare and being paid to be an activist in Boston.