Internships with the City of Boston

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    Innovation and Technology

    The Department of Innovation & Technology is offering competitive paid and unpaid internships to highly motivated and qualified students. Gain first-hand experience, receive valuable on-the-job training and learn about the emergence of innovation in municipal government.

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    The Law Department offers unpaid law clerk positions during the academic and non-academic year.

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    New Urban Mechanic Fellowship Program Information

    Boston's Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM) pilots experiments that offer the potential to improve radically the quality of City Services. New Urban Mechanic interns and fellows have the chance to be "urban mechanics" and learn first-hand the challenges and rewards of public service in one of the nation's most innovative city government. MONUM focuses on three major issue areas: Participatory Urbanism, Clicks and Bricks, and Education. Interns and fellows will have the opportunity to not only gain valuable professional experience in municipal government, but will work alongside MONUM staff to build partnerships between constituents, academics, entrepreneurs, non-profits and City staff to provide useful contributions that will help the City to deliver a high level of service to neighborhoods and residents.

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    Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC)

    BPHC offers a variety of internships in many programs. The scope of each internship is based on the needs of the program and the abilities and interests of the intern. Placements are available throughout the year for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students seeking a degree, certificate or license.

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    Volunteer, Network, & Find Resources with ONEin3

    The ONEin3 Council comprises 25 engaged, active young adults committed to helping Boston be the best place possible for 20-34 year olds. Part of their work is to connect Boston’s young adult population with resources related to housing, professional development, financial health, entrepreneurship and civic engagement. Check out their resources, events, and opportunities to increase your network and give back to the City.

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