Office of Commissioner Starks
- Internship Period(s)
- General Duties
FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks seeks part-time and full-time student voluntary interns for the Washington, DC office beginning in Fall 2021. Interns will work on the full range of communications and technology topics handled by the Commission to advance the policy goals of empowering consumers, increasing all communities' access to affordable broadband and protecting national security.
Interns will assist the Commissioner and advisors with legal research, writing, and analysis. Interns may also participate in meetings with various stakeholder groups and help with external outreach such as drafting speeches and press statements.
NOTE: The FCC’s building is currently closed. While we hope that the building will be open this Fall, interns will be asked to work from home if our office space is not accessible.
- Selection Criteria
Candidates should be US citizens who are current law students and graduate students with strong academic credentials, an interest in communications law (though experience is not required) and a commitment to public service. Full-time availability is preferred but not required.
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- Application Should Include
Resumé, cover letter, a 3-5 page writing sample (excerpts are acceptable), references, and most recent transcript.
- Additional Information
Multiple internship positions available. The positions are unpaid but your school may award credit. Applicants interested in a paid internship under the FCC’s Early Career Diversity Initiative must apply via USAJobs.
- Application Deadline
July 31, 2021
Decisions will be made on a rolling basis. Earlier applications are encouraged.