ATTENTION all Public Policy, Aging Services, ISD, HAPP, Political Science, BTA, Psychology, Sociology, History, etc ... Majors!
OVER 20 PAID INTERNSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY FOR UMBC STUDENTS WITH THE CENTERS FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID SERVICES (http://www.cms.hhs.gov/) & THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (http://www.ssa.gov/) FOR SPRING 2010.
These positions start in February 2010. All positions require US Citizenship, a 3.00 GPA, 15 to 20 hours of intern work for 15 weeks, and pay from GS-4 to GS-9.
ALL positions are located on Security Blvd in Baltimore/Woodlawn, MD (ten minutes from campus).
The hourly pay rate is approximately $12.00 - $24.00 based on the grade you qualify for. This pay range is for GS-4 - GS-9. Qualifications are based upon education and experience.
BELOW YOU WILL FIND A LINK TO ALL OF THE POSITION DESCRIPTIONS.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THESE POSITIONS, please e-mail your updated resume to Christine Routzahn at The Shriver Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know which positions interest you. Please only provide the position #s along with the Agency. She will need your information by FRIDAY- December 11th at NOON (no late submissions accepted). Please note that the majors and class standing are simply preferred. Therefore, if you are interested and can perform the work, please still apply.
ALSO, all of these positions are posted on UMBCworks. If you have an account, PLEASE apply to these positions directly on UMBCworks rather than e-mailing your resume.
NOTE: If you are selected and accept one of the CMS or SSA intern positions, you will be required to enroll in the Shriver Center's internship practicum, which provides a notation on your transcript that you are completing a university sanctioned internship. This is not a course and does not provide credit. We will simply ask that you complete some minor requirements such as evaluations. However, if you are interested in also obtaining credit and this is available within your major, we will work with you and your department to see if this is feasible for spring 2010.