February 25, 2013 —
The University of Miami is pleased to announce the 2013 - 2014 Gables Fellows Program, a one-semester paid internship with the City of Coral Gables in the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. The fellowship is designed for undergraduate students interested in careers in public service, government, architecture, arts and culture, non-profit management, or economic development.
This unique internship experience will provide students with hands-on knowledge of the day-to-day operations of municipal government. The intern will rotate through various city departments where responsibilities can include aiding staff with ongoing projects; providing research support for staff in preparation of reports; assisting staff with presentations related to City affairs; and representing the City at official functions.
Undergraduate students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who have an interest in local government and community development are invited to apply for the fellowship. The ideal candidate will be a junior or senior at the time of the internship. Applicants must submit a completed copy of the attached application, along with a one-page resume, current academic transcript, and a 500-word statement that includes reasons for seeking the internship.
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