2015-16 FALL-SPRING VUGS INTERNSHIP POSTING EXTMW (1)

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OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Internships – Statewide Volunteer Undergraduate & Graduate (Non-Law) Students The Office of the New York State Attorney General (“OAG”) has part-time internship positions for volunteers or externships for course credit open for the 2015/2016 academic year for undergraduate and graduate students. These positions are available statewide within the Divisions of Criminal Justice, Economic Justice, Social Justice, State Counsel, Appeals and Opinions, and the Regional Offices. Students are needed to assist professional and support staff in all phases of their work including but not limited to: non-legal research; data entry; drafting of correspondence and memos; assisting with consumer complaint intake and mediation; and performing clerical tasks such as filing, answering telephones, scheduling meetings. We are seeking bright, hardworking students who are committed to public service and have excellent research and writing skills; fluency in other languages (e.g., Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, Korean, etc.) in addition to English is a plus, but not required. Students selected for an internship or externship with the OAG will be assigned to one of the bureaus in the main offices in Manhattan or Albany, or to one of our smaller regional offices located in Binghamton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Harlem, Hauppauge, Mineola, Plattsburgh, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, Watertown or White Plains.
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