Federal Reserve Bank Intern - Public Affairs in Chicago, Illinois
Do you want to work for one of the most influential, trusted and prestigious financial institutions in the world? The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the Seventh District, is one of 12 regional reserve banks in the United States, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., that make up the nation's central bank. The Seventh Federal District is made up of five states, which includes all of Iowa, and most of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. The Seventh District comprises a considerable part of the nation’s manufacturing base — especially capital goods and consumer durables — as well as production agriculture and food processing.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Internship Program is a paid summer internship that provides undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience at the Federal Reserve Bank. Through project-oriented hands on assignments and professional development activities, interns receive a solid overview of the business of the Fed while contributing to their designated Bank department. The FRBC Internship Program begins in June and continues for 12 consecutive weeks. Interns are expected to work 40 hours per week and are assigned to one department for the summer.
Assist in compiling information for a database with publicly available fed content.
Assist with inputting information into the banks content management and natural language processing tools.
Research and draft articles for internal website submission
Assist with managing editorial calendar for Fed education twitter handle
Compile database of educator contacts using various internal sources
Pursuing an undergraduate degree in English, Marketing, Communications, Public Policy or Business (Rising junior or senior)
Strong writing/communication/presentation skills
Familiarity with web content management and database tools (preferred).
Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Organization: *Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Title: Intern - Public Affairs
Requisition ID: 254761