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U.S. Department of Labor/Women's Bureau
JFK Federal Building Room 525-A
Posted: December 02 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)
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U.S. Department of Labor
After 90 years, the Women’s Bureau is continuing its mission and working for change. Today, our vision is to empower all working women to achieve economic security by preparing them for high paying jobs, ensuring fair compensation, promoting workplace flexibility & helping women reintegrate into the workforce.
Under the current administration the Women’s Bureau has four priority areas:
Equal Pay, Workplace Rights, Paid Leave, Higher Paying Jobs for Women (Women in Nontraditional Jobs, Apprenticeships) and Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnant and Nursing Women.
Please note: There is no compensation for this internship. The Women’s Bureau will supervise students to receive course credit.
Please provide a resume:
Contact: Angela Rizzolo firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship Position Description
The intern’s primary responsibility is to promote the Women’s Bureau and its mission. Intern will be (under supervision)
• Secure names, e-mails and phone numbers by the issue type
Bring any issues or problems to the immediate attention of the Regional Administrator
Prepare a final report of the process, including the development of the plan, time line, tracking
methodologies, successes, failures and any suggestions for future program initiatives.