Are you a female college student interested in the transportation industry? This past July, the US Department of Transportation launched their Women and Girls Internship Program, designed to get female college students experience in the transportation industry. In the fall 2010 series, 15 students were placed at county, city, state, federal, and private transportation companies.
What you’ll gain from this internship:
• Valuable high-level experience at a transportation agency
• Build your network and contacts in the transportation industry
• You can also receive academic credit or a stipend (if you have a financial hardship). You can also work for free to get the experience.
To qualify you must: 1) be a female currently enrolled at a participating institute of education, 2) have a 2.8 GPA or higher, 3) be authorized to work in the United States (J1 student visas are accepted).
Apply for the Winter/Spring 2011 Internship Series today! Go to http://www.osdbu.dot.gov/WG/applications.cfm. For more information, please contact Matt Sumida (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (916) 443-5957 or (866) 928-6289 ext. 9 (toll-free).