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CRS Guide to Internships in the Federal Government

CRS Guide to Internships in the Federal Government
A recent report completed by the Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides an extensive list of Internet resources for major internships, fellowships, and work experience programs offered by the U.S. federal government. It is a comprehensive guide for students from high school to postgraduate who are looking for work opportunities.

The guide includes work opportunities in every branch of the federal government, including executive, judicial and legislative. In addition, resources on opportunities for minorities are provided, as well as other federal agencies and commissions such as the Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Research Board, NASA, and the Smithsonian.

Whether students are studying finance, science, law, communications, health, or other disciplines, they are sure to find an internship, fellowship, research or educational opportunity with the federal government. Each position has its own requirements regarding qualifications; some may require prior training and experience. Many of the positions are paid. Most positions are offered in the Spring, Summer and Fall.

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The guide was published in 2013 by Congressional Research Service information research specialists Jennifer E. Manning and Christina M. Bailey. The purpose was to provide a central source for students to find work opportunities within the federal government. The Congressional Research Service is part of the Library of Congress and prepares research and analysis for Congress on a broad range of issues.


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