Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program: A Paid Internship Opportunity in the Federal Government

Application open from Thursday, September 1st through Sunday, November 27th, 2022.

Our nation’s current and future challenges make it imperative that the federal government recruit the next generation of public servants. 

Applications are open now for undergraduate and graduate students to join the 2023 Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program.

The program aims to bring diverse young talent to government and offers students the opportunity to apply their educational training to work at a federal agency. 

The progam includes:

  • A 10-12 week summer internship at the departments of Commerce or Transportation. 
  • $4,000 stipend to help cover expenses. 
  • Professional development and networking events.

Career tracks include:

  • Mission support (finance, HR, IT and other fields).
  • Government contracting and acquisitions.
  • STEM and innovation.
  • Public policy and administration.
  • Liberal arts (communications, the arts, humanities and social sciences).

Click here for more information and application.

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By Jorimel Zaldivar
Jorimel Zaldivar Senior Associate Director for Common Good Careers