The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) works to ensure equal opportunities. They do this for employees and job applicants. They work for the opportunity for them to compete, advance, and succeed. They work for opportunities on a level playing field. This is regardless of race, skin color, and gender. It is also regardless of religion, national origin, disability and age.
Internships at EEOC are for high school, college, graduate, and law students. Interns gain hands-on experience. They work on challenging projects and cases. These involve federal anti-discrimination law. Interns work closely with experienced attorneys and specialists. They work on a variety of assignments. These include legal research and writing. They also include policy research and analysis. Other assignments involve working with Commission stakeholders. They work on a range of discrimination-related issues. In addition, interns can assist with charge intake and investigations. Students of all majors can apply. Interns explore public services careers while gaining superior work experience.