All applicants MUST apply through USAJobs.gov/AmeriCorps to be considered for this program.
We are now recruiting for our Fall 2021 Virtual Internship Program. Dates may be flexible depending on office needs and intern schedules.
Undergraduate Interns will be compensated at a rate of $15.00 per hour.
Graduate Interns will be compensated at a rate of $17.00 per hour.
Applicants will have the opportunity to select their top three interests/office preferences*. Internship descriptions can be found below and in the assessment portion of the announcement. AmeriCorps internship opportunities include:
- Project Management & Public Administration – Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – Immediate Office. The CEO’s office is responsible for ensuring that the agency fulfills its mission and overall objectives.
- Committee on Native American Affairs – Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – Immediate Office. The CEO’s office is responsible for ensuring that the agency fulfills its mission and overall objectives.
- Communication & Policy – Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – Immediate Office. The CEO’s office is responsible for ensuring that the agency fulfills its mission and overall objectives.
- Human Resources & Training – Interns may support projects related to Training, Onboarding, Employee Engagement, Performance Development, Human Capital Strategy and/or Policy. The Office of Human Capital (OHC) promotes AmeriCorps’ overall business strategy and mission by providing for a workforce of the highest quality – one that is customer oriented, competent, motivated, empowered, accountable, culturally diverse, and committed to partnership and teamwork.
- Auditing & Financial Management – The Office of Audit and Debt Resolution (ADR) is responsible for authoritative advice and assisting in performing financial systems reviews; development of indirect cost rates and cost allocation determinations; audit resolution issues; risk assessments; disallowed costs and debt management; and development and updating of agency financial policies and grant management procedures relating to audit resolution, indirect cost rate, and compliance.
In addition to focusing on your particular area/interest of choice, the AmeriCorps Intern provides administrative and technical support to programs and/or department staff. General responsibilities include:
- Conducts research, analyzes data and information from a variety of sources, and communicates results orally and in writing
- Prepares a variety of written documents such as meeting minutes, correspondence, research papers, reports, Power Point presentations, and other deliverables as needed
- Researches and gathers documentation as requested
- Establishes and maintains office records of various types
- Purges and disposes of records and files in accordance with established procedures
- Provides administrative support to the office and ongoing initiatives or projects
- Inputs information, data, and records into databases
- Collaborates with team members to support the business objectives of the office
For additional information and to apply click here or go to USAjobs.gov.
If selected, we will attempt to place Interns according to their interests. Selection based on preference is not guaranteed.