U.S. Department of Labor Internship Program
Department of Labor interns include students who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degree programs in various fields. They can major in business administration or management, economics, public policy, political science, international relations or studies, accounting, financial management, medical, information technology/information systems, human resource management, pre-law and law.
Intern candidates will be matched to a position that is in alignment with their education and experience, and career goals. Internships are offered year round; interns may work either part-time or full-time. Many interns are offered full-time positions after completion of their internship and graduation from college.
The U.S. Department of Labor is responsible for protecting the welfare of wage earners. Their mission is to foster, promote, and develop programs to help wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; to improve working conditions; and to protect the benefits and rights of workers.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON D.C.
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