The United States International Trade Commission, Office of Economics is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students for our Summer Internship Program. Applications will be accepted from current students who are United States citizens no later than March 20, 2012.
All EC interns serve as Economic Assistants and are responsible for collecting economic data from primary sources, analyzing statistics, preparing quantitative analyses, preparing analytical reports, and working closely with economists from the three divisions of the Office: Country and Regional Analysis, Research, and Applied Economics.
Graduate student interns can expect to perform economic analysis and/or research relevant to USITC programs, as well as provide some administrative support to front office staff and economists assigned to Anti-Dumping Investigations. They will collect detailed economic data and use statistical software to manipulate datasets. Graduate student interns will also do qualitative research on international trade related topics. They can also expect to do some data entry and data management for Anti-Dumping Investigations and other studies.
Salary will be dependent on level of educational attainment and is determined by the Office of Human Resources. The duration is 10 weeks.
How To Apply (YOU MUST BE A UNITED STATES CITIZEN TO BE CONSIDERED): Please email your resume of no more than 2 pages in PDF format to Dylan Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 20th, 2012. Official college transcripts will be required for employment, but are not required for application. This program is for current students only. New graduates or those graduating this May should not apply.
You will receive an email indicating receipt of your application. Appointments for phone interviews will be made, via email, shortly after the deadline, so please monitor your email frequently starting March 21st.