Internship Programs

Internship Programs

Law School Internships:

First- and second-year law students are invited to apply to the United States Attorney's summer internship program. Our ten-week program offers unpaid internships in Criminal, Civil or Appeals Divisions. We also welcome applications during the Fall and Spring Semesters, generally requiring at least a twelve-week commitment.

Student Internships:

The United States Attorney's Office-Eastern District of New York offers a number of student internships (volunteer-unpaid) throughout the year in both our Brooklyn and Central Islip, New York offices. This is an excellent opportunity for students studying pre-law, criminal justice, accounting, information technology, library management, human resources or community crime prevention. Students must be enrolled in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, two-year or four-year college or university, graduate or professional school.

Security Clearance Requirement:

Each year our office selects a number of students to participate in our general student and law school internships program. All internship offers are contingent on receiving a security clearance. The link below pertains only to students who have been offered and accepted an internship with our office.


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