Agency: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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This opportunity is open to Students who are enrolled on at least a half-time basis, or accepted for enrollment in a qualifying Law School degree program of an accredited college or university.
Do you want to be a leader in your field at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) - a groundbreaking organization solely devoted to the economic strength and vitality of American Families? Do you want to challenge yourself and others? If you answer "Yes", then we have a career for you! CFPB professionals have unparalleled opportunities to expand horizons for themselves and for the nation. Be one of the founding members of an agency that will make a difference in the lives of everyday American families!
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) is seeking high potential students to assist in a variety of legal support services in support of CFPB legal staff. You will serve as a student trainee receiving on-the-job training to provide legal support by initiating and drafting standardized legal documents; establishing, maintaining, and closing case files or systems of legal records; assisting attorney in researching pleadings; and other responsibilities.
***Non-U.S. Citizens with permanent residency will be considered as permitted.*** If you are a Non-U.S. Citizen, please contact Eric Shea @ Eric.Shea@bpd.treas.gov for more information on how to apply. Please reference announcement # 13-CFPB-188X.
CFPB is looking for Summer Student Interns in the following divisions (offices):
Office of Enforcement
Office of Fair Lending and Equal Opportunity
Office of Regulations
And other offices with legal responsibilities
- These are excepted appointments in the CFPB Pathways Intern Program.
- If your appointment is extended, upon successful completion of the program requirements, you may be considered for a full time excepted service Law Clerk position.
- Background investigation.
- US Citizenship (for conversion)
- Must be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment as a degree seeking student.
- You may be required to serve a trial period