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Fall/Winter Internship-Enforcement Unit OnePDO

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has internship opportunities for undergraduate students (who have completed their sophomore year of college), law students, and graduate students.

Internship duties and assignments may include: reviewing correspondence to see if it alleges a claim under our laws; inputting data into our information management system; assisting in screening and interviewing individuals who seek to file a charge of employment discrimination; drafting charges of discrimination and creating charge files after interviewing parties and reviewing correspondence; responding to inquiries regarding potential charges; corresponding with charging parties or employers regarding charges of discrimination; reviewing and analyzing documents, records and evidence; contacting witnesses; and drafting interview questions.

Applicants should have strong analytical, communication, research and writing skills.
During a semester, we prefer students who can commit a minimum of 10 hours per week. During the summer, we prefer students who can commit a minimum of 30 hours per week.