Pinellas County Government Internships (Non-Paid)
Would you like to gain job experience and build your resume while creating important connections to professionals in your field? Interning with Pinellas County Government yields many personal benefits while you make a positive difference in your community.
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Who can apply?
High school and college students currently enrolled, in good standing, in an educational program that has a formal academic student internship component may apply for an internship. The internship has to be for academic credit or offered through the school’s program.
What internships are available?
Pinellas County Government offers positions in a variety of fields.
See the list below which is alphabetical by site location. Check back often since this page is updated regularly.
How do I get started?
- Complete a quick internship application. If no internships are currently available in your field, we will share your application with relevant departments.
- Contact Pinellas County Volunteer Services at (727) 464-8477 or by email at email@example.com.
- Pass all required pre-internship screenings.
- Sign agreements to follow County rules, policies, and procedures.
- Get connected with your assigned department and review the rules, policies, and procedures specific to your new departmental duties.
What's it like to be an intern for Pinellas County?
Our interns are a valued member of our team. Here are a few testimonial excerpts:
"While some internships provide a spectator's view with busy work, there are others that immerse you in the field. My internship was the latter, making this a rewarding experience and possible career choice after college."
- Rebecca Herrin, former intern for Pinellas County Extension
"Interning for Pinellas County’s Human Resources Department was an amazing experience. During my time as a Social Media/Graphic Design intern, I was given opportunities to showcase my work and build my portfolio. My internship equipped me with valuable knowledge and a new skillset that I will be able to present to future employers.”
- Iris Champlin, former intern for Pinellas County Human Resources
"Volunteering in Pinellas County helped me learn that I could be useful. That I could learn and grow, not just professionally, but as a person too.”
- Eduardo Yamauchi, former intern for Pinellas County Solid Waste