Department of Commerce Intern
Location: Atlanta, Georgia or Washington D.C.
Application Deadline: October 2, 2009
Business Development, Economic/Community Development
Interns participate in on-site work experiences with DOC bureaus and offices in order to integrate academic theory and workplace requirements, gain relevant skills and knowledge, explore Federal career options, develop professional networks, and gain a greater awareness of the role of Federal agencies.
Basic eligibility requires enrollment as an undergraduate or graduate student at two and four-year accredited educational institutions, as well as U.S. citizenship.
Desired Class Level(s):
One Time Stipend
Interns receive stipends as well as paid round-trip transportation expenses between their schools/homes and work locations. Most internships are in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area, but some assignments are available at locations around the Unite
Interns hosted under the Postsecondary Internship Program are not employees of the Department of Commerce; rather, they are affiliated with the sponsoring organization with which the Department collaborates to recruit interns.
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