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Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation and The...

February 28, 2010 10:47 PM
Full Title: Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation and the Office of the Maryland Attorney General Seeks Interns STUDENT INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES with the Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation and the Office of the Maryland Attorney General Interesting opportunities exist for undergraduate and graduate students wishing to gain exposure to a wide variety of governmental functions relating to: Investigations (administrative and criminal): Interns will assist in conducting administrative and criminal investigations under the direction and supervision of state investigators to ensure compliance with State laws and regulations which govern the licensing and practices of business occupations and professions. Legal research, legislation and policy review: Interns will assist the Assistant Maryland Attorney Generals assigned to DLLR in legal research for case preparation, legislation and policy review. Internship location and hours: 500 N. Calvert Street, 3rd Floor Baltimore, MD 21202 Days and hours will be individually worked out and can vary. Background check: Due to the sensitive nature of the work involved in this internship, a criminal background check will be required. Confidentiality of work is also required. How to apply: The coordinator of this internship program is a state investigator and a part-time lecturer of criminology in the UMBC Department of Sociology & Anthropology. Apply by submitting a brief cover letter and resume to: Jeffrey Tuer, M.C.J., M.S. jtuer@umbc.edu OR jtuer@dllr.state.md.us Need help getting a resume and cover letter together for this opportunity, schedule a resume review appointment with Christine Routzahn at The Shriver Center at UMBC. Call the front desk at 410-455-293 If your major does not have an internship requirement or option, this opportunity also exists in the form of an independent study course through the UMBC Department of Sociology & Anthropology that can satisfy an elective course requirement. A brief interview will be arranged for those selected for consideration.
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