Application Process

Start early. Some positions are filled by December for jobs starting summer semester. Interested students should spend time researching the type of agency, organization, or business they would like to work in for a semester.

To be considered for an internship sponsorship, you must have:

  • Competitive GPA
  • A letter of intent outlining the areas/agencies you plan to contact for an internship.
  • Two letters of recommendation: One from a current professor describing your ability to successfully complete this internship. One from an employer outlining your initiative, motivation and ability to complete assignment and skills.
  • A current resume showing your employment, volunteer/service, and leadership experience.
  • A 2-3 page writing example - you may use a corrected A paper from one of your classes. It will be used to assess your ability to write clearly, grammatically correct, and appropriate to the subject.
  • A current official or unofficial transcript. (Can print from your MYSLCC.)

After your application is accepted, you will be contacted for an interview to be accepted into the SLCC Internship Program.

Apply here

Contact Us

Scott E. Brown
Director, Local Government Relations
LSC 104