Friday, March 8, 2019

Internship Opportunities: U.S. Census Bureau March 8, 2019

Internship Vacancies at the Census Bureau: Demographic Directorate
The summer internship (1599 series) vacancies were posted this morning. Please share the information below to any university/college contacts or students that may be interested. The announcements were posted later than normal, so we will have an aggressive hiring schedule in order to meet the deadlines for onboarding interns. Recruiting is at the bachelor's degree obtained level and higher.
[Note: an additional internship posting for geographer series interns may be forthcoming]
The Demographic Directorate is recruiting for summer interns through the following two announcements
  • ADDP-2019-0007 [Duty location - Census Bureau Headquarters in Suitland Maryland, outside of Washington D.C.]
  • ADDP-2019-0008 [Duty location - Jeffersonville, Indiana]
We are recruiting at the GS-1599, Grade, 7, 9, and 11 levels (bachelor's degree obtained and higher). The announcements opened on Monday March 4, 2019 and will close at 11:59 pm ET on Monday March 11, 2019 or when the application limit is received, whichever come firsts.
  • ADDP-2019-0007 has an application limit of 200.
  • ADDP-2019-0008 has an application limit of 100.
We seek students with training in sociology, economics, survey design or data collection, demographic analysis, data science, project and schedule management, and/or quantitative analysis of large datasets.
Applications are accepted through

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