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: Internship Opportunity
Queens District Attorney's Office
Our internship programs offer an unparalleled opportunity to contribute to the work of the office while at the same time gaining valuable experience. Both the Summer Internship Program as well as the program for students during the fall and spring semesters share many features:
• All internship programs are on a volunteer basis. We make every effort to assist potential interns seeking grants, fellowships or academic credit.
• Our Intake Bureau does accept interns for evening and weekend positions. We will attempt to accommodate those students who may have scheduling requirements.
• We offer opportunities in all bureaus. We ask successful applicants for input in their bureau assignment, and we do our best to assign the intern to one of their expressed preferences. In fact, candidates who are invited for an interview should be prepared to discuss bureau assignments.
• Interns remain in the same bureau during a summer or a semester. As we expect that our interns will be making a valuable contribution – no “make work” assignments – we feel that both the intern and our office will therefore receive the greatest benefit by concentrating on a single bureau.
Qualifications or Eligibility:
Applications for the 2014 Summer Internship Program will be reviewed starting December 2, 2013. The deadline for applications is February 14, 2014. Applications for positions during the school year may be submitted at any time. Please schedule an appointment with an Internship Counselor in C102 or M101. You MUST have a copy of your resume and a cover letter indicating the division and Bureau you are interested in working in on the day of your
We expect that interns will become an integral part of the bureau to which they are assigned. In the Appeals Bureau, interns will receive research and writing assignments including briefs to be heard by the Appellate Division, Second Department of New York State Supreme Court. In the Investigations Division, interns will become part of teams of Assistant District Attorneys and Detectives. In both the Trial Division and the Major Crimes Division, interns will take part in case preparation which includes witness interviews and possibly a trip to the crime scene. We make efforts for interns to serve as second seats in hearings and trials.
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