Student Intern (Summer 2014)

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Interested in spending an exciting summer break in
, DC, while adding a meaningful work experience to your resume? The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is seeking energetic, highly-motivated students to fill several summer internship positions.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is a small, dynamic, fast-paced federal agency whose work has far-reaching impact. If selected, you will be part of an integrated team playing a key role in the current and future U.S. housing market.
FHFA is dedicated to hiring a diverse and capable workforce. We are looking for interns pursuing degree in a varied area to include finance, accounting, economics, and law.
The ideal candidates will be from the local commuting area with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
This is a temporary appointment intended for the summer session not to exceed 30-Sep-2014, but may be extended without further competition.
Salary will be based on the individuals educational level.
FHFA anticipates a large response to this vacancy. As we have limited opportunities available, we will only consider the first 300 applications and any additional applications received on the same date we reach our goal of 300. We will close the vacancy announcement once we reach our goal regardless of the indicated closing dates.
Job Title: Student Intern (Summer 2014)
Agency: Federal Housing Finance Agency
Job Announcement Number: FHFA-14-01
SALARY RANGE: $32,203.00 to $48,304.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, February 27, 2014 to Thursday, March 06, 2014
SERIES & GRADE: EL-0399-04
POSITION INFORMATION: Multiple Schedules - Temporary NTE 30-Sep-2014
DUTY LOCATIONS: Few vacancies in the following location:
united states

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