Neighborhood Services

Neighborhood Services Intern

The Neighborhood Services Division Internship Program is designed to give students interested in local government and public policy experience in the field. A one year commitment to the program is required and different learning objectives are contingent upon that timeframe. In an intern’s first six months, they will learn general office tasks and will also participate in a special meeting/event. After that, interns will work more independently and take on tasks such as publishing flyers, participating in more local events, and ultimately work a meeting facilitated by a Councilmember or the Mayor.  Applicants must be enrolled for college credit before starting their internship. It is recommended that prospective interns have knowledge of politics and be computer literate. To apply, submit a resume with at least two references (one of which should be from a professor/advisor) to Vincene Jones at


Qualifications Required

  • Age Range Must be at least 14 or older