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Supreme Court Internship Program
Applicants must have completed two semesters of undergraduate study and currently be enrolled in a degree-seeking college program. Law students are not eligible for the internship. Interns work eight-hour days, five days per week, although some offices may accept interns who can only work part time but at least four days per week.
The fall and spring internship programs are 16 weeks. Summer internships are a minimum of 12 weeks. Students who apply must be able to commit to the work hours of the internship. Students may apply online by completing an application and including a resume, cover letter, school transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a short essay about a former Justice.
Internships are available in The Office of The Counselor to the Chief Justice, Office of the Curator, Public Information Office, and Office of the Clerk. Each office will have its own set of responsibilities for interns as well as requirements.
The location is usually in D.C.