U.S. Department of Labor/Women's Bureau
JFK Federal Building Room 525-A
The Women's Bureau was established in the Department of Labor by Public Law No. 259 of June 5, 1920. The law gave the Bureau the duty to “formulate standards and policies which shall promote the welfare of wage-earning women, improve their working conditions, increase their efficiency, and advance their opportunities for profitable employment.” It also gave the Bureau the authority to investigate and report to the U.S. Department of Labor upon all matters pertaining to the welfare of women in industry. It is the only federal agency mandated to represent the needs of wage-earning women in the public policy process.
As need by the Regional Administrator and staff.
Our interns should be in a college program where they can aquire credits for an internship with the Department. There is lots of research, cold calls and developing of events as dictated by our National Office. Good communication skills, good writer and understanding of computers.