[Via H-Law, we’ve been pointed to the following announcement of a paid summer internship at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC.]
The Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC, seeks to hire a paid intern to work in the FJC’s Federal Judicial History Office during the summer of 2014. The position is available from mid-May through August. Responsibilities will include historical research and editorial work related to the Center’s compilation of judicial history reference works. Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree, preferably in history, and enrollment in a graduate history program is desirable. Knowledge of federal history sources preferred.
A vacancy announcement is also available on the Federal Judicial Center Home Page. Persons interested in the positions should send a cover letter referring to position #14-03T, with a resume and the names of three references attached, to Human Resources Office, Federal Judicial Center, Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, One Columbus Circle NE, Washington, DC 20002-8003.
The positions will remain open until filled. To insure full consideration for the opening, applications should reach the Federal Judicial Center by April 4, 2014. The Federal Judicial Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.