NCACC Internships

NCACC 2016 Summer Interns

Interns

What the 2016 Interns said about their time with the NCACC...  



“Every two weeks we would travel to different counties with a NCACC representative to meet county officials.  The executive director of NCACC, Kevin Leonard, took us to Rockingham County for a commissioner’s meeting. County managers taught us much related to local government, from county budgets to school funding. Some county managers also talked about their individual working experiences, which gave me some inspirations about my career plan.“
Jingjing Gao, UNC Pembroke  

“Experiencing the NC Association of County Commissioners Graduate Internship has exposed me to the daily functioning of county government. Through this program, I was able to connect and build relationships with state representatives, senators, lobbyists, board of commissioners and county managers.  Upon completion of the internship, I was able to establish a mentorship with one of the county managers we visited to further discuss my career goals.  I am so thankful for having this opportunity because it has provided me with the resources to inform members of my community about the importance of county government.”
Dominique Walker, NC Central University

 

Internship Program Overview

 
The 2018 summer internship has been completed. Please check back for future information.

The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners is seeking a summer intern with experience in GIS, data research, analysis, and data visualization. Ideal candidates will also have an interest in local government. The internship will focus on researching, designing, and mapping the 2018 version of the NCACC county map book. Visit this link to view the 2017 county map book. This high-quality project is distributed to attendees at the NCACC Annual Conference in August, and shared with numerous county officials as one of the Association’s hallmark publications.

This is a paid summer internship based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The internship will run 8-10 weeks, and is flexible as dependent on the intern’s schedule. Qualified candidates must be currently enrolled at a college or university.

Interested students may email a cover letter and resumé to paige.worsham@ncacc.org. Applications will be accepted until the internship is filled. Please feel free to contact Paige Worsham at this email address with any questions.

Thank you for your interest in Team County!