College Student Internship Program

College Student Internship Program

Hosting interns gives governmental entities the opportunity to work closely with students who will soon be entering the workforce. To qualify for internships, students must have completed 30 hours of coursework and currently be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university. Internships are frequently offered during the summer months while students are not attending classes, but they may be offered at any time an agency, board, or commission has the need and available resources. MSPB has designed the program to offer governmental entities great flexibility in the timing and compensation of the internship.


College Internship Program Description

This document provides an overview of the program including instructions on:

- Hosting an Intern

- Recruiting an Intern

- Executing a "Memorandum of Understanding" with Interns

- Maximizing the Impact of an Intern


Internship Memorandum of Understanding

MOU used for interns who will NOT receive compensation


Internship Memorandum of Understanding / Contractual Worker

MOU used for interns who WILL receive compensation


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