Apply for the White House Summer Correspondence Associates Program

Feb 10, 2012 / Message from the Center, Volume 4, Issue 1
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The Office of Presidential Correspondence is accepting applications for the Summer Correspondence Associates Program. Correspondence Associates help staffers support President Obama’s effort to maintain a dialogue with the American people. Applications are due April 1.

Offices Correspondence Associates work for the Office of Presidential Correspondence, which is tasked with responding to the thousands of letters, emails, and phone calls that President Obama receives.
Offices Correspondence Associates may work in one of the following offices: Mail Analysis, Agency Liaison, the Writing Office, the White House Comment Line, or the Gift Office.
Correspondence Associates serve a minimum of 30 hours per week in the office. The program lasts from May 29, 2012, through August 10, 2012. Applications must be received by April 1, 2012.

Offices Correspondence Associates work for the Office of Presidential Correspondence, which is tasked with responding to the thousands of letters, emails, and phone calls that President Obama receives.

Apply by April 1, 2012, for the Summer Correspondence Associates Program.

Apply by April 1, 2012, for the Summer Correspondence Associates Program.

Offices Correspondence Associates may work in one of the following offices: Mail Analysis, Agency Liaison, the Writing Office, the White House Comment Line, or the Gift Office.

Correspondence Associates serve a minimum of 30 hours per week in the office. The program lasts from May 29, 2012, through August 10, 2012. Applications must be received by April 1, 2012.

If you are interested in applying for the Summer Correspondence Associates Program, email volunteer@correspondence.whitehouse.gov with your name, resume, and a short paragraph indicating your interest in volunteering.

For more information, view the flyer.

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