Public Service Corps Intern

Interest: 
Community Service

Since the program's inception in 1966 as the NYC Urban Corps, over 100,000 students from more than 100 colleges and universities have participated in PSC's public-sector internships. The Public Service Corps currently offers Federal Work-Study Program internships as well as placements in which students may work for academic credit. Students choose from internship opportunities in many City government agencies. Public Service Corps interns work in full-time assignments during the summer, and part-time during the academic year. Public Service Corps students may explore a wide range of professional career areas including law, research, finance, education, social work, environmental studies, accounting, office administration, health, information systems, graphic arts, journalism, engineering, and computer technology. As Public Service interns, students will: Gain valuable credentials, contacts and references for future employment Apply their classroom learning in the workplace Gain marketable skills and expertise Obtain exposure to the broad range of professional opportunities in the public sector Learn more about specific career options within City government Public Service Corp Work-Study applications are available from financial aid officers, Work-Study coordinators, career placement counselors, or employment officers at participating colleges, universities, and law schools. Academic Credit Internship applications are available directly through the Public Service Corps.

Compensation: 
fws
Website: 
http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/work/psc.shtml
Name: 
Stacey
Cumberbatch
Phone: 
212-386-0057
Fax: 
(212) 669-3633
Address: 
One Centre Street, Rm 2435
New York
10007