Skip to comments.Summer 2013 Software Engineer Internship (Executive Office Of The President: unpaid)
Posted on 12/06/2012 7:55:22 PM PST by posterchild
Begin a challenging and exciting internship with the Executive Office of the President (EOP) providing support to the President of the United States. The EOP is comprised of The White House, Executive Residence, Office of the Vice President, Office of the United States Trade Representatives, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Office of the National Drug Control Policy, Office of Management and Budget, Office of Administration, National Security Staff, Council on Environmental Quality, and Council of Economic Advisers. The EOP has responsibility for tasks ranging from communicating the President's message to the American people to promoting our trade interests abroad. To learn more about the Office of Administration please visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/oa.
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does he want a Monica or a boy?
I wonder if they will take a 61-year old...
I hope they do. Remember the FR fundraiser thread when you write your book:)
I seem to remember the Dems being AGAINST unpaid internships.
If a freeper gets in don’t go for Barry’s PC go for Valerie’s PC.
Remember you can smuggle a USB drive out by sticking it where the sun don’t shine.
Or, install carbonite and then re-store to a blank PC.
Do we have any black hackers here in Freepland. Windy???
On the other hand, maybe nobody who could be a good mole would be able to stand being around the Barama.
Not even. I studied computer programming about a thousand years ago, but today I'm just an ordinary keyboard basher.
And no, I wouldn't have what it takes to be anywhere near Zero for any appreciable length of time. Probly get my 1s and 0s totally discombobulated.
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