Our externship program provides law students with an opportunity to participate substantively and directly in all aspects of the office’s practice. Our students conduct legal research and draft letters, legal memoranda, and opinions, and respond to document requests pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, Privacy Act, and discovery. Past interns have had the opportunity to work on matters involving bankruptcy, consumer education, debt collection, ethics, equal employment opportunity, Freedom of Information Act, government contracts, intellectual property, labor relations, legislation, litigation and the Privacy Act. Our Summer Program is affiliated with the Department of the Treasury Honors Program.
Upcoming/Existing Positions: There are up to 3 positions available each semester.
Length of term: One semester (Summer, Fall or Spring)
Periods of recruitment: The United States Mint is always accepting applications for upcoming semester externship opportunities. Summer recruitment begins in November of the previous school year.
How to Apply: Applicants should fax or email a cover letter, resume, writing sample and unofficial law school transcript to: