Office of Inspector General Student Volunteer Internship Program



Office of Inspector General Student Volunteer Internship Program and Jobs
Office of Inspector General Student Volunteer Internship Program is a non-paid internship for college students in the Office of Inspector General. This office is under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

In order to apply, candidates must be at least 18 years old and have a GPA of 3.0 or above. All candidates will be subjected to a background check. Students must be able to work 10 hours per week for 8 consecutive weeks.


Interns will be assigned to one of three areas, including investigations, computer forensics and technology, or support. They may be involved in gathering data, processing electronic evidence, special projects, or supporting departments such as human resources, administrative support, organizational management, policy, property management, and hotline complaint processing.

The Office of Inspector General was established in 1976 under the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). The office is responsible for programs and initiatives that eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse in Medicare, Medicaid and 100 other HHS programs.

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To apply for an internship, visit:
oig.hhs.gov/faqs/student-diversity-volunteer-internship-program-faq.asp

To apply for a job, visit:
oig.hhs.gov/about-oig/careers/index.asp

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