If you or someone you know has ever thought about getting an opportunity to work for the one of the fastest growing cities in the country, now is the time to act! The City of Huntsville wants new interns for the summer and is accepting applications through the end of March.
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The 2023 Summer Intern Program
The 2023 Summer Intern Program, available to applicants ages 19 or older with a high school diploma or GED, is open to prospective candidates through March 31.
To be eligible, interns must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university or have graduated from an accredited college or university within the past six months.
This year’s program runs from June 5 to July 28. Internships are unpaid, and interns work Monday through Friday, 8PM to 5PM, unless otherwise specified by the department.
The city has internships available in the following areas:
- Administration – ODEI; External Relations
- Legal – City Attorney (Prosecution)
- Music Office
- Information Technology Services
- Natural Resources
- Parks & Recreation
- Traffic Engineering
How to Apply
Hey, if Huntsville wants new interns, the city has plenty of able candidates to choose from, right? If you are interested in applying for one of these internships, visit the city’s Human Resources page here and complete the application by March 31.
“The City of Huntsville offers outstanding learning opportunities for motivated college students wanting both career and personal growth. These types of opportunities don’t come around often, but they can make a big impact on a student’s future through on-the-job training, networking and development.”Kenny Anderson, Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion