SUMMIT, NJ - The City of Summit, continuing its successful unpaid college internship program that has been in place for the past eight years, is soliciting applicants for the 2016 summer program. Applications will be accepted beginning April 11 through April 29, with follow-up interviews scheduled in early May.

College students majoring in political science, public administration, business, or communications and marketing are encouraged to apply for the program. Participants will be able to add significant project management experience to their resumes. Students are expected to work a minimum of 20 hours per week, for four weeks, during the summer. 

Alumni of the City’s internship program have secured positions in the White House internship program and with the US State Department, as well as paid positions at Google, Tesla Motors and Goldman Sachs.

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“The City of Summit internship program is an excellent way for young residents to gain important work experience,” explains Summit Mayor Nora Radest. “We offer several interesting opportunities for students to pursue and get directly involved in municipal projects.”

There are a limited number of positions available in the program. Interested parties are directed to send a resume to no later than April 29.