Unpaid internships with OPIC are offered year round in Washington, D.C., and can last from 12 weeks to 12 months. Duties vary based on the department and/or office in which the intern is placed. OPIC's Internship Program offers valuable experience that contributes to educational and professional growth, and may be applied in any future employment endeavor, including federal, state and local governments or in the private sector.
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Under the guidance of an External Affairs officer, interns assist with planning and implementing events for foreign and U.S. dignitaries, and support OPIC's public affairs activities through research projects. Other duties include writing OPIC promotional materials, web content and case studies, and providing information about OPIC programs to the public. Interns may also assist in legislative activities of interest to the agency.
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Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in an accredited law school pursuing degrees in Government/Public Policy, Political Science, International Affairs, Communication/Marketing or Legislative Affairs, or enrolled in an MBA program with the same areas of academic study. Successful completion of a background investigation is also required. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel programs is required, and proficiency in PowerPoint is preferred. Experience with social media platforms a plus. Good verbal and written communication skills are also required.
Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited law school pursuing degrees in Government/Public Policy, Political Science, International Affairs, Communication/Marketing or Legislative Affairs, or enrolled in an MBA program with the same areas of academic study.
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
Applications will be reviewed to ensure eligibility under this program. Applications of eligible students will be forwarded to the Department indicated on the letter of interest. A separate application should be submitted for each internship of interest.
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To apply for this internship, you must submit a complete Application Package to email@example.com with External Affairs in the subject line, which includes:
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Applicants for the OPIC Unpaid Student Volunteer (Internship) Program must submit a resume, unofficial transcript and a letter of interest to Interns@opic.gov with External Affairs in the subject line in order to be considered for placement. Incomplete packages or e-mails without the specific internship program name in the subject line will not be considered.
Please submit an application for each program of interest.
Applications are accepted year-round; however, if targeting a specific internship period, OPIC recommends submitting your application by the following dates:
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/512261100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.
Open & closing dates: 10/03/2018 to 04/26/2019
Pay scale & grade: GS 00
Salary: $0 to $0 per year
Appointment type: Internships
Work schedule: Multiple Schedules