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  • Mansel Nelson
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 11, 2009
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      > MEMORANDUM
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      > SUBJECT: EPA Summer Opportunities for Students Web site
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      > FROM: Rich Lemley, Director
      > Office of Human Resources
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      > TO: All EPA Employees
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      > I am pleased to inform you that the EPA Student Summer Employment
      > Opportunities Web site is now up and running. The site provides a
      > centralized Web portal through which students may enter to learn about
      > EPA offices and summer employment opportunities. Having a central
      > portal makes it easier for students to find information about specific
      > work areas of interest. They also are able to submit job applications
      > directly to the EPA offices with vacancies. The direct link to the
      > Summer Employment Opportunities Web site is
      > http://www.epa.gov/ohr/student/. It will be available until May 29,
      > 2009.
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      > The Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) is used to hire most
      > summer students and requires no formal competition. Hiring managers
      > within each advertizing office will screen and select applicants for
      > their positions. To qualify, students must be 1) enrolled in an
      > accredited high school, college, university, or technical or
      > vocational
      > school; 2) in good academic standing with at least a GPA of ā€œCā€
      > or its
      > equivalent; 3) at least age 16; and 4) a United States citizen.
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      > If you have any questions about the summer hiring Web site, you may
      > contact JoAnn Brant at (202) 564-0375 or brant.joann@....
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