Intern shall mean an individual who is a student, or recent graduate seeking hours of service, or to gain job experience, for a period of no more than three (3) months. Internship time provided is mostly for the benefit of the student or recent graduate. The student or graduate understands they do not displace regular employees, and are under close supervision. A recommendation letter will be offered, if needed.
Must be willing and able to submit to a background check (some positions may require fingerprinting)
Must provide valid, current identification
Must be willing and able to complete an Intern Information form
Must be willing to have his/her photograph taken for a City intern ID
Must be willing and able to sign an Internship Acknowledgement and Release Form
Candidates between the ages of 14-17 may not intern more than 20 hours per week. Candidates 18 years or older may intern up to 30 hours per week.
Description: Various clerical level duties (including typing, filing, and computer input) within the City Commission office. Grant and policy research. Good communication skills are essential. Monday through Friday; flexible daytime hours.
Minimum Training: Must be currently enrolled in college/university or recently graduated from college or technical school, strong customer service skills.