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  • Bureau/Office
    Wireless Telecommunications Bureau

    WTB is a dynamic and innovative bureau concentrating on a portfolio of contemporary issues addressing the nation’s telecommunication needs. The Wireless Bureau is responsible for facilitating the rapid and widespread deployment of wireless broadband services, ensuring an effective and interoperable communications environment supporting homeland security and public safety first responders, fostering a forward-looking and cohesive focus concerning spectrum policy and competition, and promoting efficient and transparent access to spectrum including the transition to innovative uses.

  • Internship Period(s)
    Rolling basis.
  • General Duties
    Wide variety of legal issues and tasks related to the telecommunications industry and services which may include but are not limited to the following duties: prepare legal documents, conduct research on rulemakings and proceedings, and assimilate comments on rulemakings.
  • Selection Criteria
    Most candidates are law students, but WTB may consider other disciplines (e.g., business, economics, engineers, information technology, communications and public affairs) related to our mission.
  • Send Application to
    Edward Mozee at edward.mozee@fcc.gov, or by mail to: Edward Mozee, 445 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20554.
  • Application Information
    Resumé, cover letter and a brief writing sample.
  • Additional Information
    Unpaid internships are offered on a year-round basis with various divisions within the bureau.
  • Application Deadline
    Rolling basis. For maximum consideration, apply as follows. Fall: August 31, Spring: November 30, Summer: March 31.

 

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