History and Genealogy
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) History Office and Library Internship Program
The USCIS History Office and Library preserves and promotes understanding of USCIS history and the histories of its predecessor agencies and programs. Student Interns will assist the History Office and Library staff in providing well-researched responses to reference requests, performing primary source research both in the library’s collection and at the National Archives, and developing content for the USCIS History and Genealogy website.
At least 120 hours in a single semester period.
USCIS History Office and Library, Historical Research Branch, Records Division, Enterprise Services Directorate
Washington, D. C.
To be considered you must:
Spring Semester: previous October 30
Application Requirements and How to Apply
To apply, students must submit a resume, cover letter, an unofficial copy of their transcripts and a completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only applications submitted by email will be considered.
Students will have the opportunity to:
Students should accomplish the following during their Internships:
Last Reviewed/Updated: 09/27/2013