Career Services Internship Opportunities

Department of Veteran’s Affairs

Description: Copying, Filing, Scanning, Faxing, and Mailing Legal Correspondence; Working in a team environment processing legal documents; Opening express and regular mail; Assisting with record’s retirement; E-filing legal documents, and maintaining case files; Answer telephones and route to the appropriate person; Maintain confidentiality and ensure appropriate security protocols are being adhered to with regards to personal data and information; Other duties as assigned.

Salary Unpaid
Type of Opportunity Part Time
Location Westbury, NY
Degree Wanted
Field of Study Business; Any
Special Skills & Requirements The Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel is currently seeking Veterans in an administrative capacity (part-time) for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. This opportunity is being sponsored through the Veteran's Administration under the following programs: 1. Warrior Intern Program (WIP): The purpose of the WIP is to provide meaningful work experience to Warriors accepted into the program over the course of a four to six month internship. Participants in this program are on active duty and assigned to a transition unit within the Department of Defense. Those assigned to these transition units are wounded, ill or injured service members currently undergoing medical treatment, in recovery or in the process of transitioning from active duty. 2. Non-Paid Work Experience Program (NPWE): The purpose of the NPWE program is to provide meaningful work experience to veterans participating in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program. Participants in this program are no longer on active duty; however, they are paid a small subsistence allowance while working (non-paid) with a federal agency. The NPWE program is typically authorized by the VA in 90-day intervals; however, the program may be authorized up to 18 months. 3. Non-Paid Student Intern Program (SVIP): The purpose of the SVIP program is to provide work experience to veterans who are currently enrolled in an accredited college or university. This non-paid program allows veterans to obtain skills to supplement their military experience and college courses which will assist them with their job search upon graduating. This program is designed to offer student veterans the opportunity to gain personal and professional experience by volunteering in this program. Typically, the program will last between three and four months. The Veterans Employment Office is currently in discussion with various student organizations and schools. Finalized Memorandums of Understanding will be published when completed. Through the utilization of the programs listed above, the IRS is providing training and work experience to those who have served our country and are now returning to the civilian workforce. Although employment upon completion of the program is not required within this program, we will work to assist all participants in developing their resumes, better understanding the federal hiring process and ultimately assist with the search for employment within the IRS or another federal agency.
Company Name Department of Veteran’s Affairs
Contact: Eleina Monroe, Office Manager
Address:
Email: Eleina.m.monroe@irscounsel.treas.gov
Phone: (516) 688-1729
Website:
About the Company: The Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel is currently seeking Veterans in an administrative capacity (part-time) for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. This opportunity is being sponsored through the Veteran's Administration under the following programs: 1. Warrior Intern Program (WIP): The purpose of the WIP is to provide meaningful work experience to Warriors accepted into the program over the course of a four to six month internship. Participants in this program are on active duty and assigned to a transition unit within the Department of Defense. Those assigned to these transition units are wounded, ill or injured service members currently undergoing medical treatment, in recovery or in the process of transitioning from active duty. 2. Non-Paid Work Experience Program (NPWE): The purpose of the NPWE program is to provide meaningful work experience to veterans participating in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program. Participants in this program are no longer on active duty; however, they are paid a small subsistence allowance while working (non-paid) with a federal agency. The NPWE program is typically authorized by the VA in 90-day intervals; however, the program may be authorized up to 18 months. 3. Non-Paid Student Intern Program (SVIP): The purpose of the SVIP program is to provide work experience to veterans who are currently enrolled in an accredited college or university. This non-paid program allows veterans to obtain skills to supplement their military experience and college courses which will assist them with their job search upon graduating. This program is designed to offer student veterans the opportunity to gain personal and professional experience by volunteering in this program. Typically, the program will last between three and four months. The Veterans Employment Office is currently in discussion with various student organizations and schools. Finalized Memorandums of Understanding will be published when completed. Through the utilization of the programs listed above, the IRS is providing training and work experience to those who have served our country and are now returning to the civilian workforce. Although employment upon completion of the program is not required within this program, we will work to assist all participants in developing their resumes, better understanding the federal hiring process and ultimately assist with the search for employment within the IRS or another federal agency.
How To Apply: Interested applicants should fax your resume to (516) 688-1757 or email Eleina.m.monroe@irscounsel.treas.gov

 

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