At Nevada County we are seeking the brightest minds from near and far.
We have on site and remote internship opportunities throughout Nevada County for students from all backgrounds. Nevada County represents a wide array of gender identities, abilities, ages, religions, sexual orientations, military status, backgrounds, and political views. We believe it's also critical for our employees to reflect these diverse perspectives, which helps us in our mission to work with the community to develop sound and innovative public policy, provide strong leadership and deliver excellent services in a fiscally responsible manner.
We’re looking for current undergraduate/graduate and high school students for internship and full-time opportunities in a variety of roles. From the start, you'll do meaningful work alongside your internship Advisor that, at many times, impacts the community at large.
Interested? Come build the future with us. To apply for an internship, go to Nevada County Jobs and in the search field type "internship". This will bring up links to the application and job descriptions for all current internship opportunities.
Here is a list of our partnering schools. However, we'll work with you regardless of your school affiliation. If your school is not listed here, simply let us know.
Sierra College, Sacramento State, Brandman University, University Nevada Reno, Los Rios Community College District, Chico State, Humboldt State, North State University
High Schools/DistrictsNevada Joint Union High School District, Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, Forest Charter School, Bitney Prep School
Apply for your internship during the following date ranges:
Fall internships- apply during the first three weeks in April
Spring- apply second week of November through the first week of December
Summer- apply during the first three weeks in March
Testimonial from a Student Intern- Katie Ormsby
After graduating from UC Davis in 2020 with my Bachelor’s Degree, it was difficult to find a job when most businesses were downsizing and moving toward working remotely due to the Pandemic. After researching the options out there, I came across an internship opportunity with the Nevada County Human Resources Department. My internship experience constantly exceeded my expectations with exceptional hands-on experience, as well as gaining valuable skills that even helped build my resume. The vast array of information that I learned during my 9-Month internship not only allowed me to learn about the counties departments and the possibilities this county offers, but it opened up a career path within the county for me. After my internship, I became a temporary employee within the Human Resources Department, and then was offered a full-time benefited position within the Health and Human Services Agency. I see a long future ahead working for Nevada County and that is all because of the internship program, and I will forever be thankful for the help and support I received.