CommonweaLth Internship Opportunities
Opportunities are available for current college students to work as a Commonwealth Public Service Intern in the spring/summer of 2018. Most positions will be in the Harrisburg area
(Dauphin County); however, there will be select opportunities available throughout the state.
This is a paid ($14.03/hour), six month internship, which provides a flexible pathway for college students to advance from this internship program to Commonwealth employment in a variety of occupations. Following successful completion of this program, students may be promoted to a full-time, permanent position with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!
To qualify, students must be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in an accredited college/university in a declared bachelor’s degree program and must have successfully completed at least sixty (60) college credits at the time of hire. Full time undergraduate students who have successfully completed at least thirty (30) college credits and anticipate the completion of at least sixty (60) college credits at the time of hire may apply for this program. They also need authorization from their school to participate in this program.
Access the test announcement for Commonwealth Public Service Intern for additional information.
How to Apply:
Students may apply online through the Online Services section of the Civil Service website.
Questions regarding this program can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 214-4649.