Logo of Huzzle


Fraud Watch Intern

Logo of AARP


9d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Washington, DC

AI generated summary

  • You must be a self-starting student with strong communication skills, able to manage projects, and work well with diverse populations. Technical proficiency, reliability, and independent judgment are a must. Virtual work is an option.
  • You will review consumer submissions, manage fraud alerts, lead projects, attend meetings, support volunteers, and manage social media for fraud prevention at AARP.

Off-cycle Internship

Business, Operations & StrategyWashington, DC


  • Join AARP’s Fraud Watch Network social mission program. You will work directly with the fraud prevention and education team and learn how you can help protect yourself and others from the epidemic of fraud while gaining a great internship experience. We welcome all majors, whether social work, sociology, communications, cybersecurity, or other. Have fun while being challenged to think and work in new ways about issues related to scams and those affected by them. This paid internship is anticipated to start in June 2024 and can continue for additional semesters.


  • Must be enrolled in a degree program at an accredited college/university rising undergraduate juniors or seniors, graduate students, or post-doctoral students and remain academically enrolled throughout the internship or must have previously graduated from college and enrolled in a continuing education program
  • Telework is an option
  • Must be a self-starter and adaptable
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, anticipate project needs, and discern work priorities
  • Ability to work well with diverse populations, including gender, race, and sexual orientation
  • Technical proficiency in Microsoft Office programs & Zoom
  • Strong verbal/written communication skills
  • Familiarity with and knowledge of multiple social media platforms is a plus
  • AARP will not sponsor an employment visa for this position at this time.
  • Additional Requirements:
  • Regular and reliable job attendance
  • Exhibit respect and understanding of others to maintain professional relationships
  • Independent judgement in evaluation options to make sound decisions
  • In office/open office environment with the ability to work effectively surrounded by moderate noise

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Business, Operations & Strategy


  • Review consumer submissions to our scam-tracking map and determine which to publish
  • Manage a dedicated email account that receives fraud alerts from attorneys general, law enforcement, and federal agencies to add to our scam-tracking map
  • Lead and provide support for a wide range of fraud-related projects, presentations and research
  • Attend and document regular team and matrix meetings and relevant external events (in-person and hybrid) and document conversations
  • Help manage our “digital fraud fighter” volunteers by attending and supporting a monthly videoconference and providing additional program assistance as needed
  • Provide support for our social media channels


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Washington, DC