Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano's Internship Program

Interns

The Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano's Internship Program was created by County Executive Edward P. Mangano to cultivate Nassau’s leaders of tomorrow, prevent the ‘brain drain’, and tap into the incredible potential of Nassau County’s youth. The program, with its dedicated interns, interactive seminars, and carefully cultivated inclusive environment, provides students with a full experience of how their local government works.

One of the essential goals of the program is to provide interns with access to individuals who can impart knowledge gained by real world experience.  Through weekly seminars, participants have met with County Legislators, high ranking members of the administration, and even County Executive Mangano himself.

All interns are also assigned to one of the members of the Special Projects Team, who will act as a mentor and confidant. While each intern's specific office will be responsible for their day to day progress, the Special Projects Team will be charged with monitoring the overall performance of an intern.

Internship Description
Students wishing to acquire a variety of volunteer-employment experiences will join a stimulating, fast-paced public servant environment, and learn the many facets of municipal government. Days/hours are flexible.

Nassau County is in a unique position to provide opportunities to individuals from all different types of fields. Students are placed in departments according to their area of concentration, where they will learn about the field they find most interesting.


Sections 


 
Summer 2017
Applications Due By: May 1st, 2017
Start Date: June 5th, 2017
End Date: August 11th, 2017
Requirements: 20 hrs a week and attendance at all seminars

Fall 2017
Applications Due By: September 15th, 2017
Start Date: September 25th, 2017
End Date: TBA
Requirements:10 hrs a week




Qualifications/Special Skills/Area of Study
Our program is limited to residents of Nassau County or students who are attending college in Nassau County. This goes to the very heart of our purpose to keep students who grew up here or who are educated here connected to their community.

Keeping that minor rule in mind all fields and skill sets are welcome. In the past our program has included accounting majors, art majors, political science majors, and many more.

This is an unpaid internship.

To apply, fill out this form and please email, mail, or fax the completed form with your resume to the below

Special Projects, County Executive Office
Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building
1550 Franklin Avenue
Mineola, New York 11501-4898
(phone) 516-571-6000
(fax) 516-571-1308
interns@nassaucountyny.gov

Revised March 2017