About This Role
As a Communications Specialist intern, you will work in the Communications and Outreach area of the Information Technology Division and will provide support to the team responsible for developing and implementing communications strategies in an information technology and data environment.
What You’ll Be Doing
Communications Specialist interns support teams in
- Developing messaging for a variety of communication channels such as websites, digital displays, print media and video
- Proofreading and editing technology related communications
- Processing updates to internal communications websites
- Assisting in the development and implementation of communications for IT enterprise projects
Previous Communication Specialist interns had the opportunity to contribute to projects related to
- Designing promotional materials for workplace events
- Content management and content design discussions for the department’s intranet site
- Designing new departmental branded templates for common types of communication
- Creating video content for technical training courses and an organization-wide intern experience vlog
- Workforce Development & STEM Engagement
Through these projects, you will gain experience with a variety of communication channels for targeted audiences internal and external to the IT division and have the opportunity to determine if a career in organizational communications is for you.
How You’ll Make an Impact
Our mission matters. It includes promoting a strong economy for the American people by fostering stability, integrity, and efficiency of the nations’ monetary, financial, and payment systems. As an intern at the Federal Reserve Board, you will have the opportunity to contribute to this mission.
Why the Fed?
In case you weren’t already convinced, an internship at the Federal Reserve Board includes even more perks such as an opportunity to meet the Chair, networking opportunities, diverse and inclusive workplace and so many other benefits!
Education Requirements: The IT Internship requires a minimum of two years of college coursework in computer science, electrical engineering, information systems, or other related disciplines.