INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY
Health Department, Behavioral Health Bureau.
There are over 30 career paths in the County Mental Health Field. The Behavioral Health Bureau offers a variety of internships for students in Administration, Adult System of Care, and Children’s System of Care. People who work in this field have a variety of skills, experience, and education ranging from high school degrees to Ph.D’s:
DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE:The District Attorney’s Office offers a variety of internships for students in law school and other related majors. Unpaid internship.
LEARNING & ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
County Administration’s Training Division has a variety of projects suitable for students in fields of study including; Communications, Education, Training Program Management, Organizational Development, Curriculum Development, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, and more. Unpaid internship.
Gain valuable work experience under the supervision of Monterey County Probation Officers for school credit or career exploration. Background Investigation required. 10-15 hrs/wk. Unpaid Internship.
PUBLIC DEFENDER’S OFFICE: Assist lawyers with trial preparation, processing files, interviewing clients, legal research, law and motion, and trial presentation. Must be enrolled in a related college major, possess a good attitude, and willingness to learn. 16 hours per week miminum for 1-2 semesters. Submit application, resume and cover letter. Unpaid Internship. Contact and submit applications to: Becky Avila at firstname.lastname@example.org or Don Landis, Jr. at email@example.com
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (Unpaid Internships):
Civil/Transportation Engineering Internships: Various civil and transportation engineering projects; planning, environmental assessment, project coordination and more. Contact Chad Alinio at
MONTEREY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE: If you are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement, the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office has a variety of available opportunities for unpaid internships. The Internship Program goal is to assist college students, or recent graduates, increase their knowledge of the Administration of Justice by working on projects in Administration, Corrections, Enforcement or Forensic Science. Types of projects include program research, grant research, community outreach, and lab work. Interns must possess the ability to work well within a team and provide excellent customer service.
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