11.22.8 – The Federal Communications Commission is seeking entry-level attorneys for its fall 2023 Attorney Honors Program, a two-year recruitment and training program designed to introduce new and recent law school graduates with superior academic credentials to the field of communications and the work of the Commission. Law students and current judicial law clerks are encouraged to apply. Program participants will be located in Washington, D.C. Their portfolios will depend on the particular Bureau or Office in which they are placed, and they may have the opportunity to rotate to a new assignment within the agency at the end of their first year. Participants will also be afforded special professional and educational opportunities. Compensation will be determined based on experience.
This year, applications should be submitted online through USAJOBS. Depending on experience, interested persons should apply via USAJOBS to either Vacancy Announcement HonorsAtty-OGC-2022-001 (for graduating law students) or HonorsAtty-OGC-2022-002 (for current judicial clerks). Additional information about applying for the Attorney Honors Program is available at http://www.fcc.gov/attorneyhonorsprogram.
Applications must be received on or before November 30, 2022. Candidates may direct questions regarding the Attorney Honors Program to Honors.Program@fcc.gov.