FDIC Legal Division Internship Information Session
Wednesday, February 8th at 10-11:30 AM
Register for the Lunch and Learn Information Session here: FDIC Legal Division Lunch and Learn Information Session Registration Link.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Legal Division invites you to learn about the Student Intern Program (Pathways) and the Honors Attorney Program (HAP). We recruit and select from a pool of highly qualified applicants who have demonstrated strong critical thinking and analytical skills, the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, the ability to work both independently and in teams, and an interest in public service.
FDIC Legal Division Summer Internship
The 2023 Legal Division Summer Intern (Law Clerk) Vacancy Announcements for the following locations are open for applications on USAJobs.gov from February 6 through February 17.
- Headquarters (Washington, DC),
- Atlanta Regional Office, and
- San Francisco Regional Office
The CG-07 and CG-09 vacancy announcements have an application deadline of February 17, 2023. These are paid positions, not for school credit. Due to the timing, we strongly encourage students interested in applying to attend the lunch and learn informational session.
- To qualify for the CG-07 level: Completion of 1 full academic year of graduate level education -OR- eligibility under the Superior Academic Achievement (SAA) with completion of a bachelor’s degree -OR- one year of specialized experience equivalent to a CG-05 level or above in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is defined as experience is performing legal research and preparing legal documents –OR- a combination of education and experience. If utilizing SAA, you must submit your transcripts or proof of your national honor society membership.
- To qualify for the CG-09 level: Completion 2 full academic years of graduate level education, or masters degree or equivalent; LL.B or J.D degree. -OR- 1 year specialized experience equivalent to the CG-07 performing legal research; analyzing facts, evidence, and precedents; and preparing legal documents. -OR- a combination of both education and experience.
- More information can be found here about the law clerk program: https://www.fdic.gov/about/careers/student-opportunities/legal-intern-program.html.