Internship Opportunities

The Pension Boards is seeking to enhance and strategically strengthen key areas of its operations, including Investments, Finance, Member Services, Information Technology, Human Resources, and Communications.

Working with assigned mentors, selected interns will help us advance our strategic plan in several areas of operations (see below) and begin to assess and support each department's work objectives. Selected interns are expected to conduct research and suggest new methods or approaches to our work. Whether the conclusion is to streamline, create a new model, or suggest new internal processes, the intern will be responsible to review and assess our operations for a final presentation of findings and suggestions to the Executive Team. During the ten-week internship period, interns will support day-to-day work activities.


Apply Today!

Beginning today, college students are encouraged to apply to the Pension Boards' 2019 Summer Internship Program by submitting a resume and a brief explanation of why they believe they are qualified for the internship to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Interested applicants can learn about the Pensions Boards here and read the Frequently Asked Questions for more details, including, compensation, work assignments, and internship expectations.