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State of Massachusetts ABCC- Administration & Legal Intern | 2024 Treasury Summer Internship Program in Boston, Massachusetts

About the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General (“Treasury”) Our mission is to manage and safeguard the State's public deposits and investments through sound business practices for the exclusive benefits of our citizens, and perform these duties with integrity, excellence, and leadership. Additionally, we strive to provide economic opportunity, stability, and security for every Massachusetts resident. We are committed to excellence in recruiting, hiring, and retaining diverse and qualified individuals. We value the culture of diversity and professionalism in the workplace, and strongly believe that our workforce should reflect our community. Office Location:95 4th Street Chelsea, MA About ABCC:The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission is an agency under the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer. The serving of alcohol in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is governed by M.G.L. Ch. 138. The ABCC is responsible for its enforcement and to provide uniform control over the sale, transportation, possession, purchase, and manufacture of alcoholic beverages in the state. The ABCC holds administrative hearings (remotely and in-person)pursuant to the Informal/Fair Hearing Rules under M.G.L. C.138, C.30A and 801 CMR §§ 1.02 and 1.03for violations and Licensee’s appeals of a Local Licensing Authority action, among others. Position Summary: The ABCC College internship provides qualified students with practical work experience that compliments their academic course work, as well as course credit (if approved by the college or university). It also provides the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) Administration with an opportunity to involve college students in various aspects of legal administrative work. The ABCC College Internship is designed to provide students with an opportunity to integrate theory and practice. The internship varies from 8 hours to 40 hours per week, or as agreed by the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission Administration, selected intern, and college/university (if applicable). Students can gain valuable work experience, on-the-job training, and have an opportunity to develop a professional networking base for future positions in government service. All the requirements must be agreed to by the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, the intern applicant, and the college/university (if applicable) before the internship starts. Major Duties and Required Technical Skills: * Project assignments may include scanning primary source legal documents and data entry, research for compliance with the Public Records Request Law 950 CMR 32, and preparation of documents to be archived. * The intern assignments will vary and are designed to allow students the experience of document management for an administrative government agency and meet the needs of the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission. * Interns must be detail oriented, organized, ability to complete projects within timelines and under minimal supervision, and proficient in Microsoft office. * Interns are expected to keep a journal of activities to aid the evaluation process. The progress and oversight of individual interns is monitored by Executive Director or Program Coordinator or a designee and may be periodically reported to the college/university to which the intern belongs. Educational Requirement: * Must be enrolled in high school, undergraduate program, or graduate program. Supervision Received: The intern will be supervised by the Program Coordinator, who will organize assignments and tasks to be completed by the intern. Oversight of various tasks assigned to the intern may be delegated to other ABCC Administrative personnel. Application: We are committed to advancing the experience of students in the workplace. To be considered for an internship with the ABCC, you must submit the following: * Complete the application formvia MassCareers * * Resume and cover letter * Letter of recommendation *Work Schedule: The internship program will allow you to work Monday through Friday (except for holidays) for a minimum of 15 hours to a maximum of 37.5 hours a work week from June to August over a 10-week timeframe. You must also be able to travel to both the Chelsea or Boston Office location a minimum of 1-2 times a week based on your work schedule. Compensation: The hourly pay for high school interns will be $18/hour ($2,100/intern); for undergraduate interns $20/hour ($2,700/intern); for graduate interns $22/hour ($3,300/intern). Please note that the exact schedule will be determined after a discussion with the direct supervisor. Number of Vacancies: 2 *Job: Administrative Services *Organization: Off of State Treas & Rec Genrl *Title: *ABCC- Administration & Legal Intern | 2024 Treasury Summer Internship Program Location: Massachusetts-Boston-1 Ashburton Place Requisition ID: 23000CO6