The United States Attorney’s Office offers several student employment opportunities. Students should include a cover letter indicating the program of interest and a recent transcript if available.
Student Temporary Employment Program
The United States Attorney’s Office offers temporary clerical and administrative opportunities to students who are enrolled at least half-time in an accredited college or university or graduate, professional, vocational, or technical school. Students may be employed year roundandwork schedules are flexible to accommodate school schedules. During the school year, students mustwork between 16-20 hours per week; however, during school breaks, students may work up to 40 hours per week. Students in this program are placed in excepted appointments and are eligibleto earn annual and sick leave. Vacancy announcements for the Student Temporary Employment Program will be posted onthe United States Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama’s website and will also be posted at https://www.usajobs.gov/.
College Work Study Program
Students interested in this program must contact their college and/or university to determine if they qualify for a college work study position. Students interested in law clerk positions should submit resumes to:
Donzella Walton, Human Resources Officer
Jane McGuire, Human Resources Specialist
If you believe your organization has expertise or resources that could improve outcomes for ex-offenders re-entering society, please e-mail our Community Outreach Coordinator at Jeremy.Sherer@usdoj.gov
or call 205-244-2019.
The Office of U.S. Attorney
Joyce White Vance
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