Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Paid Spring (and Longer) Internship with The Bureau of Engraving and Printing

The Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) National Internship Program is doing an immediate call for applicants for a paid federal internship opportunity local to the Washington, D.C. area. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is seeking an intern to work with them starting Spring 2023.

Job Title: BEP Intern 
Agency: Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) 
Session: Spring 2023 (Yearlong Internship) 
Format (Location): Hybrid (Washington, D.C.) 
Hours Per Week: 20 hours 

Job Description: 
Research skills 

Additional Tasks: 
Provide customer service to internal and external stakeholders. Review and disseminate incoming and outgoing correspondence. Assist with updating Standard Operating Procedures and policies. 

Management analyst duties. Assist with re-write of Police General Orders. Help write policy pertaining to special units and awards 

Qualifications: 

Skills: Ability to provide customer service, ability to manage paper, electronic filing and archiving systems, data entry, knowledge of Microsoft Office (ex. Word, Excel and PowerPoint), accounting/finance experience, organizational/administrative skills, analytical nature, good writing skills 

Any Major, Undergrad or Graduate students

Students who are U.S. citizens (per federal security clearance) are eligible. We ask that applicants have at least one year of higher education experience. All majors and racial/ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply!

Applicants are asked to send a resume and unofficial transcript to hnip@hacu.net with the subject line: BEP Intern by October 30th. Students are welcome to email hnip@hacu.net with any questions!