U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
The Office of Legal Counsel, located at EEOC Headquarters in Washington, D.C., is composed of two programs:
Interns in the Coordination and Guidance Program perform legal research and assist in drafting policy. Interns may have the opportunity to attend public Commission meetings forums covering various employment discrimination topics, and/or coordination meetings with other federal agencies.
Interns in the FOIA Program review and respond to disclosure requests made pursuant to the FOIA or other disclosure authority, research FOIA issues, and update program staff regarding any significant cases or changes in FOIA law.
Internship Program Requirements: The Office of Legal Counsel internship program accepts current law students who possess strong legal research, analysis and writing skills. Successful applicants also have a demonstrated interest in civil rights issues, labor and employment law, or public interest law. Experience with legal writing, such as membership on an academic journal, also is desirable. Internships are unpaid volunteer positions.
EEOC Office of Legal Counsel Internship Program Coordinator:
Ray Peeler, email@example.com.