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Student Temporary Employment (Paid)

     The Student Educational Employment Program is available to all levels of students: high school, vocational and technical, associate degree, baccalaureate degree, graduate degree and professional degree students.

     Job opportunities under this component offer you temporary employment.  Employment can last for as long as you are a student.  These employment opportunities need not necessarily be related to your academic field of study.

PROGRAM FEATURES:

  • Year round employment
  • Flexible schedule of work assignments
  • Open to all students...high school, undergraduate, graduate, and vocational/technical.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

You are eligible under the Student Educational Employment Program if you are:

  • A student enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a degree-seeking student (diploma, certificate, etc.)
  • Taking at least half-time academic or vocational and technical course load in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, 2-year or 4-year college or university, graduate or professional school.
  • U.S. citizen or a national (resident of American Samoa or Swains Island).

SECURITY REQUIREMENTS:

     Please note that all employment is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background investigation adjudicated by the Department of Justice. Applicants are also subject to drug testing by urinalysis.

GRADE LEVELS OF POSITIONS:

     Student positions in this Office are filled at the GS-2, GS-3, or GS-4 level depending on the qualifications of the applicant.

     Anyone interested in applying for any of the above programs should send a cover sheet and resume to:

Human Resources Specialist
United States Attorney's Office
53 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301

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