SEC offers internships opportunities to college students

Joy Dahunsi
Joy Dahunsi

17 Mar 2023 9:58 AM

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is now accepting students seeking internships for its Scholars Program for Fall...

  • The SEC is accepting students for its Scholars Program for Fall 2023.
  • The program offers internships for business and legal programs.
  • The business program pays between $15.09 and $28.83 per hour, which is less than the minimum wage in Washington, D.C.
  • The legal program pays between $23.47 and $35.27 per hour.
  • The internships are available in other U.S. states for the regulator’s regional offices.
  • Applicants must indicate the lowest pay grade they are willing to take for the post.
  • The SEC is seeking candidates with backgrounds in blockchain, distributed ledger technology, computer science, and cybersecurity.
  • The SEC roughly doubled the size of its cyber team in May of last year.
  • Applicants have till April 3 to submit their applications for the internship.

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