Storm debris collection will be taking place over the coming weeks – please be patient. The Central Transfer Station is now CLOSED for residential drop-offs except for Household Hazardous Waste, which is open. The Landfill is open during regular hours.
Our internship program is designed to attract, develop, and retain innovative individuals who want to make a difference in local government. We want you to gain the hands-on experience necessary to build a solid foundation for the future. With the wide range of careers we offer, every effort will be made to place you in the specific career field that is directly related to your major field of study. Under the direction of a senior staff member, you will carry out research and analysis projects on a variety of issues important to Seminole County.
All internships are designed for bona fide students with at least an Associate’s Degree (or 60 credit hours) who are currently enrolled in an accredited degree program. Students must be completing coursework in an appropriate field of study as determined by the hiring department. Internships are either paid or unpaid temporary assignments in which students spend time for the purpose of gaining experience and/or completing academic requirements.
Internship opportunities are posted as they become available. Please visit our Employment Opportunities page to view current vacancies and submit your application: