Central Florida office of national company has immediate in house internship opportunity. This is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience this summer! Check out Symplicity today for details and application instructions.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)’s Legal and Regulatory Affairs department welcomes intern applicants year round. NAB is a trade association that advocates on behalf of free, local radio and television stations and broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the courts. NAB intern projects focus on a variety of legal issues, including regulatory, copyright, and various First Amendment Issues. Intern responsibilities can include:
- Analyzing legal issues and drafting memoranda
- Drafting pleadings and letters
- Composing regulatory alerts for NAB members
- Monitoring ongoing rulemaking proceedings and other regulatory activity
- Assisting with responses to member inquiries
Applications are accepted for Fall, Spring, and Summer internships. The application deadline for Summer internships is March 31, 2012. Click here for more information on the NAB Intern Program and for application details.
Now is the time when your search for a summer internship should be in full swing! Hopefully by now you have met with a Career Counselor, had your resume and cover letters reviewed, identified resources for finding an internship, and started sending out applications.
If you are behind, make an appointment with a Career Counselor TODAY so we can help get you back on track!
Interested in being involved in federal politics? Log onto your Symplicity account to get more information about a Law Clerk internship with a U.S. Senate Committee. The position offers law students the opportunity to gain substantive experience while participating in the legislative process.
The Law Clerk will assist the Committee staff in conducting document review, policy and legal research, drafting memoranda, contributing to reports and preparing for hearings.
This position is open to current law students and recent graduates. The position is located in Washington, D.C., and applicants should be available full-time.
If you are interested in working for the Department of State, an internship is a great way to gain experience and get your foot in the door. The Department of State is now accepting applications for the Fall 2012 Student Internship Program. The deadline to submit an application is March 2, 1012. Click here (http://careers.state.gov/students/programs) to read more about the Student Internship Program and to start the online application process.
Do you have any questions about the federal government application process? Do you need your application materials reviewed? Make an appointment with a Career Counselor!
Stop by the Career Service Office to get your Yellow Bookmark with a user name and password so you can access the Non-Traditional Legal Career Guide.