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Grants and Program Support Intern-DOJ

Date inactive: 11/30/2012

Description:  Performs work related to the gathering and development of materials, and reporting of activities in support of the technical projects of an organization.
Performs office automation work requiring the use of software applications and computer equipment. Prepares correspondence, reports, technical documents, graphs/charts, forms, and other office support materials.

Status: Full-time

Job Locations: Washington, D.C.

Job Function: Law 
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Agency Marketing Statement:

  • Are you interested in working for a cutting edge agency this summer with a mission to improve public safety and the fair administration of justice? If so, the Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP) is seeking high performing individuals to serve as Summer Volunteer Student Interns in the capacity of Grants and Program Support Intern. OJP has provided leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, improving the criminal and juvenile justice systems, increasing knowledge about crime and related issues, and assisting crime victims.

    This summer while engaging in professional development and experiential learning activities, interns will have an opportunity to research and analyze data that supports project recommendations for grant services. Additionally, participants in the OJP Summer Volunteer Intern program will engage in experiential learning and enrichment seminars. The seminars provide the interns with a broad breadth of understanding of the activities of the federal city (e.g. tours of the Supreme Court, Congress and other federal buildings/monuments); enhance familiarity with the Office of Justice Programs and other components within the Department of Justice. Activities will include lecture series, tours, conference participation and discussion groups on current topics related to criminal justice and public service. For more information on OJP, please refer to http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ .



  • Interested students will be given an opportunity (on the "Applicant Information" screen) to select up to four (4) OJP organization(s) you wish to be considered. Descriptions of these organizations are found below.