March 14, 2012 at 6:45 pm #156249
Chris IRS RecruiterParticipant
If you’re a graduate student seeking a challenging and rewarding way to spend the summer, apply for the IRS Large Business & International Volunteer Internship Program. Students can receive academic credit for this invaluable learning opportunity. This unpaid internship offers participants an exciting insider’s view of IRS operations and a chance to explore the many great career opportunities available at the IRS.
Hours: 20 – 40 hours per week
Timeframe: mid-May through mid-August (flexible)
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- The Volunteer Internship Program offers students the opportunity to work side-by-side with IRS revenue agents, tax analysts, and economists.
- Students can receive academic credit for this internship.
- Request for academic credit must be submitted prior to the beginning the internship.
- Students are responsible for all travel and commuting cost
March 14, 2012 at 9:04 pm #156251
Thanks for posting the position Julie! This is truly a nice opportunity for students considering a career at the IRS – or for those just wanting to find out first-hand how the IRS applies the tax laws through its highly skilled workforce. LB&I Revenue Agents, Tax Treaty Specialists and Economists are responsible for examining the tax returns of some of the world’s largest corporations, including Fortune 500 companies. They work closely with senior-level executives of corporate tax departments. If you want to learn more about LB&I, go to our careers website @ http://www.jobs.irs.gov; select: Our Careers; Accounting, Budget & Finance; and Sr., Internal Revenue Agent, LB&I. If you have any questions about this position, feel free to contact Peggy Nypaver @ [email protected].
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