STRIDE Program Offers Fall 2001 Internships
Internships are available this coming fall through the Office of Human Resource Management's STRIDE Program, a 3-year career development program designed to provide employees with an opportunity for career change and advancement, while at the same time helping NIH meet its staffing needs.
The program combines on-the-job training, academic courses and selected short-term courses to prepare individuals for placement in targeted professional positions. To be eligible, you must: be employed at NIH under a career or career-conditional appointment for at least 1 year; not apply for STRIDE positions advertised by your own IC; be employed in a one-grade interval job series in the General Schedule (GS) grade 5 or above or Federal Wage Grade (WG) equivalent; have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) certificate but not a bachelor's degree; be willing to accept a voluntary downgrade to the maximum grade level announced for the training position, if currently employed at the GS-8 or 9 level; and be willing to assume full-time status, if employed in a part-time position at the time of selection.
Applications are being accepted for the intern positions listed below.
For more information or an application package, visit http://trainingcenter.od.nih.gov/stride.htm, or contact the people mentioned above. Applications must be submitted by Mar. 30.
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