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Internships - Human Resources

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Citywide Volunteer, Internship and Work Readiness Program Internships-2 Unpaid

Internship Title: Citywide Volunteer, Internship and Work Readiness Program Internships

Department Name: Human Resources

Address: 202 C Street, 4th floor 92101

Number of Internships Available: 2

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

Hours: 10-20 hours per week

Date Posted: October 17,2019

Internship duration: flexible, to begin November/December 2019.  Could be a Winter only internship (December-February) if you can commit to 20 hours a week, or could be longer (up to a year) internship at 10-20 hours a week.

Internship description:

Special projects for Winter 2019/2020 include using Adobe Captivate to create training presentations and assisting other sections of the Human Resources Department with document management and organizational projects.

Project support includes Better Impact software data gathering, volunteer program guidebooks update,  training presentations, mentoring program communication, volunteer recognition, special events, reporting, research and social media.

Interns will support multiple projects, have an ability to be organized and detail oriented, demonstrate exceptional interpersonal communication and writing skills, and have excellent knowledge in Microsoft Office programs.

Interns must be currently enrolled in an academic program.  Please select school name in application.  Please personalize your cover letter for the application (there is the capability to post three different letters if you are applying for multiple opportunities).  Please allow for 6-8 weeks for the City of San Diego intern onboarding process from posting date.  If you have not received a response 8 weeks after your application, please contact workreadiness@sandiego.gov. 

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Internships- Office of the City Attorney Criminal Division

Mission Statement

The mission of the Criminal and Community Justice Divisions of the City Attorney's Office is to promote justice and protect the people of, and visitors to, San Diego by aggressively and fairly prosecuting those who violate the law.

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Office of the City Attorney - Volunteers

Mission Statement

The City Attorney’s Office protects the City of San Diego through its dedication to justice and the welfare of our people. We advise the City on the law, the responsible management of public funds, and the fairness and efficiency of neighborhood services. We enforce and prosecute laws that protect our natural resources, ensure fair wages, strengthen community character, and halt unscrupulous business practices. We protect the taxpayer by defending the City from lawsuits, and we prosecute crimes that harm our quality of life and endanger our citizens, especially the most vulnerable. We live up to the highest standards of ethics, performance, and service.

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