SIGAR is looking for motivated students to participate in the Student Hire Program. Throughout the internship, students will have a first-hand look into how the Federal government works. Additionally, students will gain a wealth of knowledge and skills that can be applied in their future careers.
To participate in the SIGAR Student Hire Program, applicants must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a degree-seeking student (diploma, certificate etc.) at an accredited university or college. Additionally, all applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
Students will have the opportunity to be placed within one of SIGAR’s directorates including:
Each student will create a work assignment plan with their supervisor to ensure they are gainfully employed and learning valuable job skills throughout the summer. In addition to working 40 hours per week throughout the summer, student hires will have the option to return to work for SIGAR during the January break from school.
As a supplement to the work experience, students will have the chance to visit several national landmarks. Trips planned for the interns can include:
Students will be compensated at an hourly rate based on their level of education.
|Pay||Equivalent Education Level|
|GS-2||Up to 29 semester hours or 44 quarter hours|
|GS-3||30-59 semester hours or 45-89 quarter hours|
|GS-4||60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours|
|GS-5||Over 60 semester/90 quarter hours up to a Bachelor's Degree|
|GS-7||One year graduate level completed|
|GS-9||Completion of a Master's Degree|
How to Apply
Student summer positions are generally posted in February-March. Once posted, applicants should submit resumes and applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org.