The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement in Washington, DC is seeking to hire a diverse group of talented and committed law students interested in complex and challenging work to help the Division carry out its primary mission of protecting investors and U.S. markets.
The Division of Enforcement plays an essential role in carrying out the SEC’s mission by investigating possible violations of the federal securities laws and prosecuting the Commission’s civil suits in federal courts and administrative proceedings.
The Division is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunities. That commitment is critical to attracting and retaining talent with the mix of skills and expertise needed to accomplish our mission.
Student interns work on a variety of investigatory and litigation matters. The program offers students:
➤ practical legal experience,
➤ unique insights into the Commissions’ practices, and ➤ an overview of the federal securities laws.
For more information, please email us at Students@sec.gov.
HOW TO APPLY
Visit USAjobs to learn more about applying for these Internship positions. Please try to submit applications by the first cut off dates, listed below:
- First cut off: 04.05.2021
- Final deadline: 05.28.2021
To learn more about working at the SEC, students should read the SEC’s Website, including both a description of the Student Honors program, and a description of the various divisions and offices that offer legal internships. To apply, students should create an account on USAJobs and then submit their applications using this link.
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