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Internship Opportunities Available!

The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) is seeking fall interns to take part in our Internship Program.  We have various openings available for students interested in the following areas:

  • Government
  • Law
  • Communications
  • Event planning
  • Research

Internships involve a balance of hands-on learning and exposure to our agency’s activities and general office/clerical duties.

Please submit your:

  • Cover letter;
  • Resume;
  • Unedited writing sample (1 page excerpt);
  • Letter of recommendation

Via mail or email to:

Michael Dumont, Assistant Director for Administration and Finance

MA Office on Disability

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305

Boston, MA 02108

Michael.Dumont@state.ma.us

by September 1, 2017.

All academic majors welcome.  Internships are a 10-20 hr. /week commitment.

Want an idea of what it’s like to intern for MOD? Read about one previous intern’s experience here. Please share this post with anyone that may be interested!

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