The internship is an excellent way to explore possible career options while gaining valuable life experience that can further future professional pursuits. Interns work with staff members on legislative matters, draft constituent correspondence, help in communications operations, attend congressional hearings, and much more. Students in college, and those in their junior or senior year will be given preference. College graduates will be considered who hav... read more
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
The candidate's responsibilities include: Prepares and manages misdemeanor criminal cases for trial, including but not limited to, initiating complaints, conducting research, interviewing affected parties, preparing required legal and court documents, preparing and arguing briefs, and attending court proceedings; Makes charging decisions following review and evaluation of police reports in light of applicable law; Negotiates case settlements; Ad... read more
The intern/extern will work with staff attorneys on legal research projects and will assist with cases. Will work in a variety of legal areas, including housing, family and domestic violence, consumer, public benefits, guardianships, wills and trusts, elder, and/or Indian law. Have the opportunity to take on substantial responsibilities, which may include: calling and meeting with clients; interviewing witnesses; assisting in trial preparation; researching... read more
Intern to work primarily on housing cases. Duties Include: Legal Research, Observing Court Proceedings, Interviewing Witnesses, Correspondence, Drafting Documents. Areas of Practice Exposure: Housing. 1ls and 2ls can apply.
Deadlines: August 1.
Intern will work with staff members on legislative matters, draft constituent correspondence, help in communications operations, attend congressional hearings, and much more. Students interested in politics, public service, public relations, writing and the like can gain valuable experience through an internship.
Application Deadline March 1st.
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The intern will work with staff members on legislative matters, draft constituent correspondence, help in communications operations, attend congressional hearings, and much more. Intern have ample time to see the monuments and museums and take part in many cultural events for which nation’s capital is known. The internships are reserved for students in college, and those in their junior or senior year will be given preference. College graduates will be ...
Forest Fire Management Officer (Moderate Complexity), GS 11-12
Duties: The candidate will serve as a member of the Forest Leadership Team, which is responsible for the coordination and development of overall long-range forest planning. Provide technical advice, development of forest land management goals and objectives, including formulation of local policies and objectives. Direct all aspects of the unit's fire, training, and aviation programs. Strategize and initiate eff...
The candidate's duties include: Prepare Legal Documents; Use Word and/or Word Perfect; Use Excel; File Documents with the Court; Answer and Direct Phone Calls on Multi-line System. Should have the Ability to Juggle Multiple Activities; Use Secretarial and Organizational Skills; Type Up and File Basic Legal Documents and Correspondence. High school or equivalent (Preferred). Experience of 1 year (Preferred).