DoITT internships provide students with hands-on experience in municipal technology. Our interns are engaged in collaboratively solving problems to improve the lives of New York City residents, visitors and businesses, working on impactful, high priority projects across a variety of technology and telecommunications teams. All interns are provided with opportunities for continuous learning and networking with professionals. Several types of intern experiences are available for college and graduate students:
This 12 week summer program employs undergraduate and graduate student interns studying computer science, data science, cyber security, computer information systems, project management, law, communications, business administration and related fields. This program is a great opportunity to learn about the City's IT infrastructure, while beginning to build your career. See a listing of open internship opportunities for DoITT's 2021 Summer Internship Program.
CUNY undergraduate and graduate students majoring in STEM and communications majors may work year-round for up to 34 hours a week. Participants in CUNY Internships are also provided with supplemental professional development and skill-building opportunities. For more information and to search for available jobs, please visit https://www.cuny.edu/employment/student-jobs/internships/cuny-internship-programs.
Agencies interested in participating in the CUNY Internship Program may contact Beth Spektor, Director of CUNY Internship Programs, at Beth.Spektor@cuny.edu.
Both part-time and full-time positions are reserved for matriculated undergraduate and graduate students under the "college aide" civil service title. These positions are posted as they become available. To see what's available now, click on nyc.gov/jobs and search for "college aide."