Palm Coast offers internships to ‘find your future’
Current college students and recent college graduates can get a jump-start on their careers in a paid internship with the city of Palm Coast, according to a city media release. Interns are encouraged to take initiative for their own projects, network with professionals, work hands-on in their career field and make a difference in the community.
City of Palm Coast Environmental Planner Jordan Myers and Salesforce Administrator Benjamin Caoili both began their careers as interns at Palm Coast City Hall and encourage others to follow their lead.
“I applied for an internship at the city of Palm Coast because I wanted to add some real-world experience to my resume,” Myers said in the release. “But when I saw the amazing collaboration between each department and realized just how much I was learning and growing I knew this was where I wanted to be.”
For Caoili, the internship gave him the opportunity to find his future.
“The internship program surprised me because it was really hands-on compared to others I was interested in,” he said in the release. “It allowed me to discover my passion for safety and building my own systems within Salesforce which ultimately led me to the career I have with the City of Palm Coast right now.”
The City of Palm Coast currently has several paid internship opportunities available in a variety of areas, including City Manager’s office, GIS, Human Resources, Parks & Recreation, Public Works and Stormwater and Engineering
For more information, contact Human Resources at 386-986-3718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.