DescriptionCSBS 2015 Summer Intern Program (Conference of State Bank Supervisors, District of Columbia)
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors offers a summer internship program for undergraduate and graduate students. Internships generally operate for a six week period. The specific dates of the internship are agreed upon by the intern and the responsible CSBS staff person. Interns are assigned to a specific area of CSBS. The work is generally project based with the intern expected to deliver a final product at the end of the internship. All interns will receive exposure to all areas of CSBS including professional development, regulatory policy, legislative relations, and the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System. Applicants will be interviewed by a cross-section team of CSBS staff members. Candidates will be invited to accept one of the following intern opportunities. Archive Internship The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Communications Department is seeking an intern to compile, catalog, and archive the organization’s historical documents. This individual will work with CSBS staff to identify historically significant items from CSBS’ archived materials, catalog those items by date and subject matter, and develop narratives that meaningfully convey CSBS’s growth and development over the past 100+ years. At the conclusion of the internship, this individual will present their relevant findings to CSBS staff. Applicants should be highly organized, detail-oriented, and capable of consolidating and summarizing large amounts of information. Background or interest in financial affairs desired, but not required. Students with majors in library information science or library sciences preferred. Education and Experience A minimum of two (2) years of college-level courses. The applicant should be at least a rising junior in good standing. Either a declared major or minor in business, accounting, economics, political science, English, history, human resources or a related field. A general interest in banking or financial services. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Written communication – able to write clearly and effectively present ideas and to document activities; to communicate information in a succinct and organized manner; to read and interpret written information. Research and analysis – able to understand and interpret financial data and organize that data in a presentable fashion. Meeting management/group facilitation – able to facilitate meetings and build consensus among various parties. Results orientation – able to work at a fast pace and meet critical deadlines. Planning and organizing – able to manage and prioritize multiple, complex projects. Knowledge of current financial and banking issues. Working Conditions Office environment. CSBS pays an hourly wage for a 7.5 hour work day. Local commuting assistance is also provided. To Apply, submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published: Saturday, March 14, 2015 16:17 UTC
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