Collegiate Internship Program - Interest Card & Application
This form allows interested individual to begin the application process for an MPD Collegiate Internship. Interested students may apply by completing the online form below. Once the application is received, it will be disseminated to various MPD units for review and consideration. If selected for further processing applicants will be given directions for completing the processing requirements.
What semester are you applying for? *
What is your first name? *
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What is your middle name? *
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What is your last name?
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What is your email address? *
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What is your phone number? *
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How many credits do you have at college/university? *
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What is your current cumulative GPA? *
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Are you a US Citizen? *
Please respond to each of the questions below in 150-250 words, answering the following questions, to complete your online application:
Why are you interested in an MPD internship? *
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What can you offer the MPD as an intern? *
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What do you expect to learn from your internship? *
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What would be your ideal internship placement and why? *
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I understand that this application is not considered complete until I forward a copy of my resume, two letters of reference (signed and on letterhead), and a copy of your current transcripts (unofficial is acceptable) to the attention of the MPD Internship Coordinator, 300 Indiana Avenue NW, Suite 1034, Washington, DC 20001. You may also send electronically to (preferred). Please send all four documents with your full name in one message. *
I understand that I will be required to go through a comprehensive background investigation. Any felony conduct, recent illegal drug usage (marijuana within one year) or an other illegal drug usage (within five years), will result in my non-selection. *
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The Metropolitan Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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