Policy Analysis and Community Development, two units within the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs, are seeking a undergraduate-level intern to work on analysis on projects related to consumer financial services and community development issues. The intern will gain broad exposure to and have opportunity to contribute to a range of issues affecting consumers and communities, particularly in the areas of housing markets, mobile banking consumer credit, household financial stability, neighborhood stabilization, small business and entrepreneurship, and the community development industry. The internship is a rotation between the two units and involves primarily a) data gathering and analysis for reports and projects, b) tracking and preparing reports on consumer finance issues of interest to the division, and c) coordinating meetings and events.
The intern should have strong skills and abilities in research, critical analysis and creative thinking, oral and written communication, computer and database management, and organized, detail-oriented, multi-tasking/project coordination. The intern should also be able to relate well with diverse groups.
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