Student Volunteer Programs
The Large Business and International Division (LB&I) of the Internal Revenue Service accepts applications for an Unpaid Student Volunteer Summer Program. The Student Volunteer Program gives students career work experience in the Federal Government. The student must be currently enrolled in that area of study in which the work will be performed. Students have the opportunity to receive course credit for this unpaid volunteer program.
The current application process closed April 8th, 2013 but please check back often for future updates and when the next application process will begin.
Student Employment Programs
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Each of our employment programs for students and recent grads offers an opportunity to translate your education and skill into an exciting new career.
STEP (Student Temporary Employment Program)
Here is where you can start during school break! This program offers temporary work experience for a few months so that you can see how we operate from the inside. Look for these programs in the late spring and early summer. Many of our STEP employees go on to our SCEP and FCIP programs.
SCEP (Student Career Experience Program)
Often referred to as a “co-op” program, this program offers part-time work experience while you are going to school, based upon an agreement between IRS and your college or university. When you graduate and complete our program, you will be eligible for a non-competitive conversion to a career or career-conditional appointment. While employed in this program, you are entitled to the benefits of federal employment based upon the number of hours you work. Click here for more information.
PMF (Presidential Management Intern Program/Presidential Management Fellows)
This two-year program (three years with approval) is designed for advanced degree students. It requires nomination by your school and completion of an OPM-administered assessment. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be eligible for conversion to a career or career-conditional appointment.
Ready to get into your new IRS career? Click here to learn about our available positions.
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