Monday, November 21, 2016

Spring 2017 Internships, U.S. Executive Office of the President

Interested in an exciting, yet challenging internship at the Executive Office of the President?

The Office of Administration Student Internship Program within the Executive Office of the President is currently seeking enthusiastic and dedicated undergraduate and graduate student interns to assist in providing administrative and business services in support of the President of the United States during the Spring 2017 semester (January-May), and specifically for Transition efforts taking place from January-March 2017.
Currently, there are internship positions available in various fields of study, including Human Resources and Facilities (Transition only); and Learning and Development Division and Office of the General Counsel (Spring 2017 semester). Participants will have an amazing opportunity to work with professionals in their respective departments, build leadership skills and gain experience in the Federal work environment.

Spring 2017 and Transition intern positions are available within the Office of Administration with an anticipated start date of Monday, January 9, 2017. The spring 2017 internship end date will be Friday, May 12, 2017, and the Transition internship end date will be Friday, March 31, 2017.

In order to apply, each student must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years of age, enrolled in an accredited college or university on at least a half-time basis for the duration of the internship program, and be in great academic standing. Deadline to apply: November 23, 2016.

Spring 2017 Learning and Development Division:

An intern working with the Learning and Development Division (LDD) will:
  • Research and develop new e-learning and instructor-led courses for the Office of Administration (OA)
  • Collaborate with other EOP components to source or create customized modules for mandated training
  • Identify and contact best-in-class vendors to provide new on- and off-site training
  • Manage employee registrations for offsite courses
  • Maintain the Training and Performance Management databases for data tracking and reporting
  • Support OA performance management and recognition activities, including the scaling-up of a new performance management system and process.

Transition, Human Resources or Facilities:

Duties Facilities:
Duties pertaining to Transition, including but not limited to: project/move management, space planning, and assisting clients with Interior Design requests.

Duties Human Resources:
Administrative, Filing, Sorting, Copying, Running errands, Hand-delivering items, Greeting customers, Maintain databases/spreadsheets, Prepare items for Orientation, Collect/distribute materials to customers, Providing assistance to Transition team members

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