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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Internship Program
ICE Internships are offered as part of the Pathways Programs for students and recent graduates. This program was established in 2010 by President Obama to encourage the hiring of students and recent college graduates into federal positions. The program allows students to continue their studies while gaining valuable experience in a federal work environment.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency is a government agency responsible for maintaining U.S. border control, customs, trade and enforcing immigration laws. They operate as part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Eligible students are those who are attending U.S. accredited high school, college and universities, technical, vocational, and trade school, or other qualifying educational institutions. Students who complete the internship program may have an opportunity to be hired as a full-time employee, provided they finish their degree and complete at least 640 hours of work experience in the internship Program.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
For more details, visit www.ice.gov/careers/internships/