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The Internship Program is for students currently enrolled in a degree/certificate seeking program.

An individual must be currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time schedule as a student at an accredited educational institution in a certificate, degree or diploma program, and must meet the qualification standards for the Internship position.

Upcoming/Existing Positions: There is one position available for 2013

  • Student Trainee (Administration and Office Support): : GS 0399 grade 4 in the Office of Chief Counsel was recently announced on USA jobs. The announcement is CLOSED

    Job description: The United States Mint's Office of Chief Counsel recruited for an undergraduate student intern to work in a law office at the Headquarters of the United States Mint in Washington, DC. Responsibilities included a substantial role in administering the United States Mint ethics program, litigation assistance, filing, correspondence, clerical support, and some minor legal research.