An internship with Travis County provides an opportunity to train with experienced professionals to gain knowledge in the public sector.
Our internship program hopes to identify future colleagues and leaders on an academic career path to local government.
A student internship is typically a semester (fall, spring, summer) and may be paid or unpaid. Credit may be available depending on your school’s policy.
Internship classifications used by Travis County include the following:
Student Intern Classifications
|Student Intern Classification||Academic Status|
|Student Intern 1 (non-employee, unpaid)||High School, Undergraduate, Graduate, Academic|
|Student Intern 2||High School|
|Student Intern 3||Undergraduate Student|
|Student Intern 4||Graduate Student|
For consideration, candidates must complete an application for a posted position through the Travis County Careers website or on a department’s internship webpage. All interns must be actively enrolled in school to be considered for an internship. Interns within certain departments may be subject to a background check.
Many of our internships can be found on the Travis County employment website:
Department specific internships can be found here:
- Justice and Public Safety Internships
- District Attorney’s Office Internships
- Juvenile Court Psychology Internships
If you don’t see openings on our website check with your career counseling office for internship opportunities.
Thank you for your interest in a student internship with Travis County.