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Company/Organization Name

2019 State of NC Internship Program

Internship Title

2019 Summer Internship

Internship Duration

May 20 – July 26, 2019

Internship Descritpion

Interns work 40 hours a week for a 10-week period, earning $8.25 an hour. They participate in meetings, educational tours and other activities designed to broaden their perspective of public service and state government. There are numerous internship positions available during the summer at various state agencies located throughout North Carolina. Projects and interns are screened and selected by the North Carolina Internship Council.

Required Application Materials

  • Application- State of North Carolina Internship application.
  • Cover letter(s)- Outlining the reasons you are interested in each project for which you are applying for. Address cover letter(s) to the North Carolina Internship Council or to Candace Dudley, Internship Coordinator, 1320 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1320.
  • Resume- Professional résumés. Résumés should not exceed 1 page.
  • Transcript- One copy of transcripts for all post-secondary grades. An unofficial student copy, obtained from your school’s website or registrar, is acceptable. Transcripts must verify current overall GPA. Graduate and law students should submit an official schedule/course list if current grades are not available. Law students
    should include their current class rank when possible. If you have attended more than one college/university, include a transcript for each; graduate/law students should include undergraduate transcripts.
  • Legal writing samples (law students only).- Brief writing samples should be limited to three pages. Include a copy for each law project to which you apply. Writing samples exceeding three pages will not be accepted.
  • Recommendation letter(s)- optional. Limit recommendation letters to only two.
  • Mailed paper application materials are required. Emailed or faxed applications will not be accepted. All applications must be postmarked by Monday, January 14, 2019. Applications postmarked after this date will not be considered. Mail all materials in ONE envelope.

IMPORTANT
In addition to the application packet, please tailor your cover letter(s) for the specific project for which you apply. For example, if you are applying for three projects, you will need three cover letters. I encourage you to tailor each cover letter to the individual project if desired. Cover letters may be addressed to the North Carolina Internship Council or to Candace Dudley, Internship Coordinator, Council for Women and Youth Involvement. Submit all application materials by mail (in one envelope) to:
State of NC Internship Program Internship Program
Council for Women & Youth Involvement
1320 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, N.C. 27699-1320

Supervisor / Hire Name

Candace Dudley

Supervisor / Hire Email

candace.dudley@doa.nc.gov

Supervisor / Hire Phone Number

See email

Application Deadline

January 14, 2019

Application Process

http://ncadmin.nc.gov/internshipnc

Internship Type

Paid

Other Information

The North Carolina Internship Program is historically quite competitive. The North Carolina Internship Council screens all eligible applications and selects students for interviews with project supervisors. All interviews are conducted by phone. Interviews will begin on February 27, 2019 and conclude on March 11, 2019. After interviews, applicants and supervisors submit a preference form, ranking their preferred projects/applicants. The Internship Council and The Council for Women & Youth Involvement office make the final match for projects based on student and supervisor preferences, student demand for a project, departmental and geographical distribution of projects and other relevant factors. State government policy prohibits discrimination based on race, sex, color, creed, national origin, age or disability. If you require accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact the Council for Women and Youth Involvement at (919) 733-2455 or (919) 807-4407. Placement in an internship will be contingent upon completing required employment eligibility forms and, if applicable, satisfactorily completing additional screening procedures required by the Department in which you will be working.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdoa/PROGRAM%20BOOK%202019.pdf