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Fall 2020 White House Internship Program

Fall 2020 White House Internship Program

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Fall 2020 White House Internship Program Application Deadline:Friday, May 1st听by 11:59 p.m. EDT

The Fall 2020 White House Internship Program application is now open (Link to application:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/get-involved/internships/apply/).

The application portal will remain open until 11:59 PM EDT on Friday, May 1, 2020.
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

The Fall 2020 White House Internship Program term runs from Wednesday, September 16 to
Friday, December 11, 2020. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the internship
program start date and must be able to commit to the full internship term to be eligible.
Additionally, applicants must be United States citizens and meet at least one of the following
criteria to apply:

– Are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college, community
college, or university (two-to-four year institution) and have completed two semesters prior to
the internship start date.

– Have graduated from an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college, community
college, or university (two-to-four year institution) no more than two years before the internship
program start date.

– Are a veteran of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a high school diploma or its
equivalent and has served on active duty鈥攆or any length of time鈥攊n the two years preceding the
internship program start date.

The White House Internship Program is highly competitive. Applicants are selected based on
their demonstrated commitment to public service, leadership in the community, and commitment
to the Trump Administration. Questions about the White House Internship Program application
can be directed to intern_application@who.eop.gov. More information, including details about
placements in the White House Internship Program and a list of frequently asked questions, can
be found on the White House website: https://www.whitehouse.gov/participate/internships.

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White House COVID-19 Updates

White House COVID-19 Updates

4/20/20 White House Briefing (Highlights below)

President Trump鈥檚 Guidelines for Opening Up America Again () ()

 

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White House COVID-19 Updates

4/18/20 White House Briefing ( and Highlights below)

President Trump鈥檚 Guidelines for Opening Up America Again ()

 

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Washington Update Special Edition – April 21

WASHINGTON UPDATE SPECIAL EDITION – April 21, 2020

The Senate on Tuesday approved roughly $484 billion in new coronavirus aid for small businesses and hospitals and more funding for testing, ending a lengthy battle over the size and contents of the package.

The agreement was passed by a voice vote after days of negotiations between congressional Democrats and Treasury Secretary , with the talks lasting until approximately midnight on both Sunday and Monday.

The deal includes an additional $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), including $60 billion specifically for community banks and smaller lenders, as well as $75 billion for hospitals, $25 billion for testing, and $60 billion for emergency disaster loans and grants. Lawmakers are under pressure to act quickly as the coronavirus decimates large sectors of the economy where businesses have either scaled back or closed altogether.

Forty-three percent of respondents to a Pew Research Center said they have had their wages cut or lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Senate’s passage came only hours after a senior administration official confirmed the agreement had been reached and less than two hours after text of the bill began to circulate as leadership tried to “hotline” the deal to find out if it could pass it by consent, which would allow it to avoid bringing back members amid health concerns sparked by the coronavirus.

The House is expected to pass the bill on Thursday morning, with members returning to Washington for a recorded vote. threw his support behind the deal on Tuesday, an endorsement that could help the agreement avoid landmines from libertarian-minded lawmakers and fiscal conservatives.

“I urge the Senate and House to pass the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act with additional funding for PPP, Hospitals, and Testing,” Trump tweeted.

He added that once the bill is signed, he will start discussions on the “phase four” coronavirus bill, including more help for states and local governments, infrastructure, “tax incentives” and a payroll tax cut. Both chambers are expected to be out of Washington until at least May 4.

Congress faced calls to quickly replenish the PPP funds after the initial $349 billion appropriated during last month’s $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package ran out late last week amid high levels of interest from independent contractors and businesses that have been hit hard by the coronavirus.

The agreement provides $310 billion for the program as well as an additional $10 billion for administrative costs and fees.

Senate Majority Leader (R-Ky.) and Senate Democrats initially tried to pass their own dueling proposals nearly two weeks ago, but both were blocked. McConnell was offering an additional $250 billion for the small-business aid program, while Democrats wanted to add an additional $100 billion for hospitals, $150 billion for state and local governments, and a boost in food stamp assistance.

McConnell took a victory lap on Tuesday, arguing that Democrats had dropped “a number of their unrelated demands” during the negotiations.

“Democratic leaders blocked the money and spent days trying to negotiate extraneous issues that were never on the table. I am grateful our colleagues have walked away from those demands and will finally let Congress act,” he said in a statement.

But Democrats argued that hospitals, many of which have seen a drop in revenue as they’ve sidelined elective surgeries, and states needed additional funding. They also wanted to reform the Paycheck Protection Program to earmark funding specifically for smaller lenders.

The rollout of the small-business program was beset by mishaps, including an overwhelmed Small Business Administration system, banks adding additional regulations to the applications and confusion about who was eligible for the funding, which was meant to provide loans and grants to businesses with fewer than 500 employees.

Lawmakers have fumed this week amid reports that chain restaurants were able to get tens of millions in loans under the program. Shake Shack, which received a $10 million loan, announced that it would return the funding amid the backlash.

Sen. (R-Fla.), who chairs the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, pledged that he would subpoena uncooperative companies as part of oversight he’ll do later this year.

“This fall, the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship will conduct aggressive oversight into the use of the PPP. If companies are not forthcoming, the Committee will use its subpoena power to compel cooperation,” .

Democrats also homed in on getting more money for testing. Public health experts warn that ramped up, widely available testing is crucial before social distancing restrictions, put in place to try to curb the spread of the virus, are lifted.

Democrats offered their own plan to provide $30 billion for testing and the creation of a nationwide strategy.

The deal passed by the Senate includes $25 billion to “research, develop, validate, manufacture, purchase, administer, and expand capacity” for tests.

It also requires states to come up with a plan for how to test for and mitigate the spread of the coronavirus as well as a national strategy from the administration on assisting states.

 

Update on Administration COVID-19 Efforts

Update on Administration COVID-19 Efforts

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Guidance on Federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for Self-Employed Workers, Independent Contractors and Gig Workers ()

White House COVID-19: Updates (English and Spanish)

ICYMI: President Trump, Vice President Pence, and Members of the Coronavirus Task Force 4/4/20 Press Briefing ( and Highlights below)

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  • PPP Form (Updated 4/2/20)

Treasury released additional guidance regarding the Paycheck Payroll Program.

SBA released additional guidance regarding participation of faith-based organizations in the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) programs.

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White House COVID-19 Updates

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  • 1600 Daily: A Million American Lives Are Worth Fighting For ()

Additional Updates

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  • IRS: Employee Retention Credit available for many businesses financially impacted by COVID-19 ()

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