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The DC Water Internship Program

The DC Water Internship Program and Jobs
The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water; formerly DC WASA) Internship Program is for graduate and undergraduate students who will be exposed to a variety of career opportunities that are designed to professionally prepare and qualify them to eventually enter the work force. The internship program has two components: summer and year-round.

The summer internship program is for 10 weeks and business, engineering, information technology, legal studies, and liberal arts college majors are encouraged to apply. Interns are required to work 40 hours a week, from June through August. Interns will also receive professional development training and will attend DC Water-themed field trips. This internship is paid so no other expenses are cared for.

The year-round internship program is of course, year-round, and is for graduate and undergraduate students majoring in engineering and information technology. During the school semester students can work up to 20 hours a week; during the summer and extended breaks, up to 40 hours a week.

Potential assignments exists in almost every department, so all college majors are encouraged to apply, especially women and minorities. However, you must be enrolled in college full time, have at least 45 credit hours and a GPA of 2.75, must legally be able to work in the United States, successfully complete an interview, and submit a complete application packet which includes the application, an official academic advisor recommendation form, an official college transcript, and a two paged essay.

The location is usually in the DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

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