ABOUT COUNCILMEMBER RAUL PERALEZ, DISTRICT 3 & THE INTERNSHIP
Students at the graduate, undergraduate, and high school senior level are invited to apply for an internship opportunity with Councilmember Peralez’s Office. This unpaid internship position provides students with a work opportunity and learning experience in the day-to-day operations of a city council office. Service hours, academic credits at the discretion of your university, and a letter of recommendation are available upon completion of the term. Student interns are expected to have a willingness to learn and apply their academic and professional training to the required job assignments. The essential function of the job may vary from student to student to assist with the following:
Education and Experience
Current enrollment in an accredited university, college, or high school senior level of education. Student interns have flexible hours to work around their school schedules. Graduate interns generally work between 20-40 hours per week, undergrad interns work between 10-20 hours per week and, high school interns work between 5-10 hours per week, unless otherwise agreed upon between student and the Office of the Councilmember.
Knowledge and Abilities
HOW TO APPLY
Individuals providing student intern services to the City of San José may be terminated for any reason or no reason and at any time by the City of San José without notice of hearing. Any changes to your work schedule are subject to the approval of the Council office. Student interns are required to successfully pass a fingerprint background check.