What’s in it for you?
The opportunity to be exposed to real work experiences, access to professional development, and opportunities to network with professionals across the County. You will also receive:
- College credit or paid internship
- Exposure to a diverse workforce
- Opportunity to serve the community
Internship opportunities are for currently enrolled high school and college students.
- High School students (Intern I)
- College students currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s Degree program (Intern II)
- College students currently enrolled in a Master’s Degree program (Intern III)
How to Apply:
Students must apply online through our website. To be considered for internship opportunities, students must submit the following documents with their online application:
- Cover letter with at least three learning goals relevant to the internship
- References (contact information for at least two)
- Transcript with class list and GPA (this can be unofficial)
If you are applying for an internship with our Police Division, you must also supply the following items in addition to the list above:
- Written recommendation from your learning institution’s program coordinator
- One written letter from a professional with first-hand knowledge of the student’s abilities and qualifications
- Two written reference letters from employers or professional individuals
NOTE: For Academic Credit internships, provide your program requirements. This can include hours needed/credit earned, employer or supervisory requirements, deadlines for internship approval, and start/end date.
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