MORPC is Central Ohio’s regional council of more than 80 members comprised of counties, cities, villages, townships, and regional organizations. We take pride in bringing communities of all sizes and interests together to collaborate on best practices and plan for the future of our growing region. We do this through a variety of programs, services, projects, and initiatives that help improve the quality of life for everyone in the Central Ohio region.
Interns work for a host for a minimum of 16 hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week for a 14-week period. Interns gain applicable knowledge to enhance classroom learning through working with current government professionals as well as insights into the services provided by a regional planning commission.
All MORPC internships are paid:
- $15 minimum per hour – undergraduates
- $17 minimum per hour – graduates
The summer 2023 internship program will begin on May 9th and will end on August 11th.
Students must meet the following requirements:
- 30 hours of completed college coursework
- Interest in public service careers
- GPA 3.0 or higher (preferred)
- Legally eligible to work in the USA
- Reliable transportation to and from work (preferred)
- Gain practical work experience for a possible career in public service
- Be mentored by a professional in the field
- Gain exposure to the services offered by a planning commission by attending commission meetings, program work groups and special MORPC-sponsored events and forums
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For MORPC Members
MORPC provides its members with the opportunity to secure talented college students for summer internships. Our members gain a fresh perspective from advanced students to complete tasks and projects while simultaneously providing the students with valuable work experience. MORPC member governments are eligible to participate as hosts. Hosts pay MORPC a $650 program fee per intern which covers training, mentors and special forums to supplement the intern’s experience.
MORPC coordinates the recruitment, initial screening, and placement based on the host government’s desired needs. Then, MORPC provides an orientation session for the interns to review the tools and resources at their disposal. In addition, students are provided with a current full-time professional to serve as a mentor throughout the program.
During this program, hosts pay an internship program fee as well as provide an hourly wage to the intern assigned to their government. The host governments are able to determine how many hours a week they would like their intern(s) to work depending on individual needs, ranging from 16 to 40 hours a week.
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For questions please email Eileen Leuby at email@example.com or call 614.233.4135