County Executive Schuh has announced a Fall 2015 Internship Opportunity for college undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in learning about Anne Arundel County government.
This internship will provide students with as much exposure as possible to the workings of county government as well as insight and guidance to further enhance their academic and professional career pursuits.
Students may apply up to September 14, 2015 to be considered for participation in one of two 8-week unpaid internships.
This opportunity will involve providing exposure to 8 different departments of interest to the intern, including the County Executive’s Office. The first group will begin on September 21st and the second group will begin on September 28th.
Selection of interns will be made by September 14th. Notifications will be made to selected students indicating which departments they will be assigned during the 8-week period. The students will intern in a different department each week and should initially have contact with the Department Heads (or designees) in order to receive an overview of the department. They will be exposed to as many aspects of each of the 8 departments as possible.
• Undergraduate and graduate students actively attending an accredited college or university are eligible to participate in this program.
• Students must have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) at the undergraduate l level and a 3.0 cumulative grade point average at the graduate level.
• A college transcript should be provided as evidence of GPA.