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HACU National Internship Program
HACU National Internship Program offers paid internships for college students in the spring, summer and fall. Over 50 students each session are offered internship positions. Students from all races and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply.
Students must have completed their freshman year of college before applying and have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. They must be enrolled full-time in an accredited educational institution pursuing a degree. Federal interns will receive assistance with travel expenses. Housing arrangements are offered at subsidized rents.
Interns will work with leading organizations in the areas of human resources, accounting, policy, public relations, information technology and more. They may work in laboratories, hospitals, airports, and national forests and parks. Work may include research, speech writing, conducting audits, performing land surveys, creating web pages, conducting community health surveys, and creating programs that help under-served populations.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) was founded in 1986 and supports programs that encourage success in education and careers for Hispanics. Their federal internship program offers work experience opportunities for 500 students each year at federal agencies in Washington, D.C. and other offices throughout the country.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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