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About the Position:
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Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Pathways Intern Program.
The Department of the Army Pathways Internship Program is designed to provide students currently enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work and get paid while exploring federal careers through a job with the Department of Army.
Position(s) will be filled with a not to exceed date (NTE) of 30 September 2014.
Selectees can work any number of hours either full or part-time as agreed upon with supervisor provided the number of hours worked will not interfere with student's studies.
To learn more about the Pathways Internship Program, please visit: the Internship Program page on the Office of Personnel Management's website.
Who May Apply:
Department of the Army Internship Program Eligibles
Positions are open to current students in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate.
Serves as a research clerk for the Strategic Studies Institute
(SSI) while participating as an intern in the Pathways Program. Responsible for collecting and assisting in
the gathering of information and data to be used by SSI faculty and staff
working in the development and preparation of publications or presentations. Data
and information used in the development of research projects, publications,
briefings, and fact sheets will relate to international relations, US security
policy, national policy formulation, civil-military relations, defense policy,
national military strategy and theater-level military operations.
Conducts archival research and current literature searches. Performs
specialized searches to provide written or oral synopses of the information
available and to suggest further searches. Such searches involve use of basic
research methods and techniques (e.g. bibliographic surveys, specialized library
research, historical document research, contacting US government agencies
and/or international agencies for information, etc.)