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Student Intern Program

Appointments for intern positions last from 10 to 16 weeks and are normally held during summer months. To be eligible for an
internship, students must be enrolled on at least a half-time basis as determined by their college or university. GAO student interns
are appointed on a nonpermanent basis and may be eligible to be converted to a permanent position after completing 400 hours of
service and after meeting degree requirements. These internships are open to both graduate and undergraduate students.

See Intern and Entry-Level Announcements for FY 2010
Student Career Experience Program

GAO offers positions under the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP). This program allows GAO to attract diverse and
talented students with skills which are critical to the future workforce needs of the agency. It provides for a work-study
partnership between the student, the educational institution, and GAO.

The SCEP provides you, the student, an opportunity to gain work experience directly related to your academic field of study. It
allows for a flexible work schedule on a part or full-time basis year-round. You will be eligible for earning leave and obtaining life
and health insurance and other benefits.

Learn more about GAO's SCEP Program.



Executive Candidate Assessment and Development Program

The Executive Candidate Assessment and Development Program (ECADP) is designed to develop a talent pool of executives for
GAO's evaluation and audit teams performing mission work that supports its external strategic goals.

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