City government internships allow high-school and college students to make important contributions to the City while experiencing first-hand the rewards that come with working for the people of New York City.
The New York City Public Service Corps (PSC) is the nation's first and largest off-campus internship program for college students. The program offers paid Federal Work-Study internships, as well as placements in which students may work for academic credit.
Since the program's inception in 1966, over 100,000 students from more than 100 colleges and universities have participated in the PSC program.
NYC Public Service Corps
NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services
1 Centre Street, Rm 2435
New York, NY 10007
Email Public Service Corps
The City of New York offers paid and un-paid internship opportunities through placements in agencies across the city.
Please refer to the Eligibility, Application Process, and Summer Housing page for participation requirements.
Every year, the Department of Education provides 50 public high-school students the opportunity to participate in the Automotive High School Internship Program. This paid position allows students the hands-on experience working along-side City experts in maintaining the largest municipal fleet in the United States.
The CTE Facilities Internship Program is a rare opportunity for Career and Technical Education high-school students to gain valuable, real-life experience in their area of study by pairing them with DCAS professionals as they maintain buildings across the city.
Email the CTE Coordinator (select "Message Topic > Facilities Management" from the drop down menu) for more information.
For information regarding additional internship opportunities within the City, please visit NYC Jobs.