The Iowa Attorney General’s Office values the contributions made by interns and works hard to give interns the best experience possible. The office benefits substantially from the work done by these interns and from the contributions interns make to the vitality of the workplace.
A number of positions for undergraduate student interns are available during the school year and over the summer months. These positions are traditionally unpaid, but they do offer important experience.
Colleges usually offer academic credit for this kind of work and the Attorney General’s Office will cooperate with colleges to arrange for appropriate academic credit.
There are opportunities for the following internships:
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