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Internship Opportunities with the United States International Trade Commission
Spring

2/5/2013
Date inactive: 2/13/2013

The U.S. International Trade Commission, an independent quasi-judicial Federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade, is offering the following internship opportunities:

OFFICE OF INDUSTRIES, NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY DIVISION

This single position is open to current graduate students for the 2013 Spring Semester. The position entails working as a member of a team in conducting research and contributing to analysis on issues related to clean energy goods and services, with particular emphasis on examining global markets and trade activity for smart grid technology and renewable energy related services. The position will also entail manipulating databases to produce targeted data sets for use in ongoing analytical reports.

Candidates should have experience/interest in international trade and economics, as well as the clean energy/technology industry. The position is unpaid but may qualify for class credit. If selected for the position, the USITC will complete a volunteer agreement with your school.

Interested students should email their resume to Lisa Alejandro at lisa.alejandro@usitc.gov by COB February 12, 2013.  She can also be reached at 202-205-3486 to answer any questions.  

OFFICE OF INDUSTRIES, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND MACHINERY DIVISION

This single position is open to current graduate students for the 2013 Spring Semester.  The position entails working as a member of a team in conducting research, data compilation, and contributing to analysis on international trade and competitiveness issues related to technology and manufacturing goods and industries.

Potential projects may include examining global markets and trade in smart grid technology, barriers and policies in trade for telecommunications goods and services, and research on trade in digital goods or environmental goods.  These activities may entail literature reviews and other targeted research, manipulating databases for use in ongoing analytical reports, and summarizing research findings through written products.

Candidates should have experience/interest in international trade and economics, as well as the ability to manipulate and present data, and write research findings cogently. The position is unpaid but may qualify for class credit. If selected for the position, the USITC will complete a volunteer agreement with your school.

Interested students should forward their resume to Michael Anderson at michael.anderson@usitc.gov by COB February 12, 2013.  He can be reached at 202-205-3380 to answer any questions.