Government Relations/Legal Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Trinity Industries
Dallas, TX
Closed
Posted 69 Days ago
Trinity Industries
Dallas, TX
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 69 Days ago
Closed

Description

Jobs Government Relations/Legal Intern at Trinity Industries Government Relations/Legal Intern at Trinity Industries Posted in General Business 1 day ago. This job brought to you by eQuest Type: Full-Time Location : Dallas, Texas Job Description: Description Are you looking for a summer internship in Dallas, TX that will be challenging, enjoyable, and fulfilling? Trinity Industries is searching for an intern to join our Government Relations/Legal Group. This internship will give you the experience, exposure, and training you will need to determine if your career choice is the right fit for you. Each intern reports to a Trinity Industries leader who will provide hands-on training, oversight and mentorship. We are searching for well-rounded individuals who have demonstrated academic achievement, an aptitude to lead, teamwork, analytical abilities, and a desire to pursue a career in their discipline. Internship timeframe: May 20-August 2, 2019 Qualifications Senior level student seeking degree in Political Science Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater preferred

Skills

political science, legal, government relations, leadership, teamwork, business, cooking, lexisnexis, lexis, immigration law, international law, constitutional law, administrative law, copyright law, legal research

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