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In partnership with the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, Freddie Mac, an industry leader in home mortgages, is seeking a paid intern for the third round of a program with ASAN to place qualified Autistic candidates in skilled positions within the company.


Architecture & Data Services

Freddie Mac is a dynamic environment enabling Intern Analysts to grow through a variety of experiences and responsibilities.  Interns will start by learning basic core functions to understand how to work within the organization. The goal of working with the Intern program is to provide analysts an environment with learning opportunities through on the job training and courses available to Freddie Mac.   This will allow analysts to build and strengthen skills as well as develop a broader set of competencies. 

Job Description

Assist team in improving documentation of the department processes. Support organization in creating department reports and metrics against data

Job Function

  1. 1. Create new or updated existing process documentation to reflect organization and process changes.
  2. 2. Where feasible recommend automated solutions that allow for efficiencies within department processes
  3. 3. Submit documentation to team members for review and feedback
  4. 4. Participate in the discussions with team members about found issues with processes and offer potential solutions
  5. 5. Maintain tracking log of issues to ensure the items get addressed for completion
  6. 6. Collect feedback regarding new processes once implemented to adjust where needed


Typical Day

  1. 1. Meeting with team to collect existing process information
  2. 2. Update existing documentation using Microsoft standard tools and Visio.
  3. 3. Interacting with team members, through the employee preferred form of communication, to get the new assignments as well as to receive the feedback of the work products
  4. 4. Learning about existing tools that could be potentially used to automate processes where feasible.


Tools or Technologies Needed For This Role

Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Visio, IBM Lotus Notes

Skills the Intern will acquire

Process Management, Analysis, tools such as SharePoint, Dreamweaver


If you are interested in this position and live, or are willing to relocate, to the Washington, DC metro area, please send your resume to ASAN at resumes@autisticadvocacy.org.

Mr McKinnon, pictured in 2009, had his extradition to the U.S. blocked in October (PA)


Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer QC announced the decision, some three months after McKinnon, 46, was saved from extradition to the U.S.


British computer hacker Gary McKinnon will not face criminal charges in the UK, the Crown Prosecution Service announced today.


Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer QC announced the decision, some three months after McKinnon, 46, was saved from extradition to the U.S.


In October, Home Secretary Theresa May had decided not to extradite McKinnon to America on the basis of his health.


The CPS said today that consulting with the police and relevant authorities, they recommended to the Met Police that recommended to the Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police that they ‘should not commence a new criminal investigation into Mr McKinnon’.


They added that the Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police ‘has accepted that advice’.

Mr McKinnon, 46, from Wood Green, north London, would have faced up to 60 years in prison if convicted in the US.

McKinnon’s mother, Janis Sharp, has long campaigned for her son’s rights (PA)


In their statement issued this afternoon, the CPS said that in light of the logistics of prosecuting Mr McKinnon, ‘the propsects of a conviction against him… were not high’.


They added: “The potential difficulties in bringing a case in England and Wales now should not be underestimated, not least the passage of time, the logistics of transferring sensitive evidence prepared for a court in the US to London for trial, the participation of US Government witnesses in the trial and the need to fully comply with the duties of disclosure imposed on the CPS.”


Mr McKinnon, who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome, was permitted to stay in the UK after medical reports showed he was very likely to try to kill himself if extradited.


Both Prime Minister David Cameron, who held talks on the case with US president Barack Obama, and his deputy, Nick Clegg, had condemned plans to send him to the US.


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