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Summer Internship Opportunity at U.S. EEOC – Web Design, Info Tech

The U.S. EEOC Is Seeking A “Summer Intern”

Overview: Applicant will work at the U.S. EEOC within the Office of Information Technology (OIT) as a Web Designer

Qualifications: Applicant must currently be enrolled in an accredited college with the intent of obtaining a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the computer or journalism fields. Applicant must have experience building websites using CommonSpot. Although this is a non-paid position for someone who wants to gain hands-on experience, OIT will provide a modest stipend.

Responsibilities: Provides technical assistance to the Agency in the areas of web design.
The agency’s internal website is built on CommonSpot. We need help with taking existing boring government content and turning it into content that is dynamic, modern, relevant, interesting, user-friendly, and well organized. The position is hands-on, working with agency personnel at all levels, from technicians to high level executives.

SEND RESUME TO:
OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
131 M Street, N.E., 4th Floor
Office of Information Technology
Washington, D.C. 20507
ATTN: STEPHANIE CHRISTIE

Phone: 202-663-4412
Fax: 202-663-4451
E-mail: [email protected]

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Profile Photo Lizette Molina

Picked up a bright young budding journalist who is doing a double major in English and Music at the University of Vermont; home for the Summer and looking for something to occupy his time productively. Right up his alley.

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