For college juniors or seniors, graduate students and law students, internships at state agencies offer unique chances to grow in both public service and professional experience. While interns at the Lt. Governor’s Office may research public policy issues, others at the Department of Natural Resources may set out to catalogue the health of bat populations.
Following are a handful of the most competitive summer and fall internships with approaching application deadlines.
- Department of Economic Development
Find internships in communications, marketing and arts advocacy.
- Department of Natural Resources, Historic Preservation Division
Read guidelines, and review the internship application.
- Department of Natural Resources, State Parks & Historic Sites
Find internship availability.
- Secretary of State
Deadline: June 30
Read about the internship and application requirements.
About State of Georgia
Initiated in 1971, the Governor’s Intern Program provides Georgia’s brightest and most ambitious students with professional experience to prepare for the working world.