Pierce County Information Technology is recruiting college juniors,
seniors, or recent graduates for the Technology Internship Program.
This is your chance to learn the latest software tools from expert mentors while helping the local community!
What You Can Expect
Internships are paid and last 6 months. As an intern, you will get a chance to work withsoftware development, GIS mapping, networks, IT service management, and more. By the end of the program, you will have real world experience to show your professor or future employers.
Pierce County IT recruits interns throughout the year. Preferably, candidates should be college juniors or seniors who have studied computer science. Recent graduates are also encouraged to apply.
Information for Faculty & Advisers
In today's highly competitive IT job market, the right internship can be vital to a student's success. The Pierce County Tech Internship Program offers more than just a chance to work with cutting edge technology. Students also learn about management systems and get the chance to provide critical community services.
If you know a computer science student who may be interested in becoming an intern, here are some of the qualities Pierce County is looking for:
Available to work 20 hours/week for at least a quarter
Curious and eager to learn new things
Strong team player
The project mentor will be happy to answer any questions and provide formal feedback on an intern's performance.
Pierce County Government serves the second largest county in Washington State. County employees deliver many critical services to local residents, including:
Ensuring public safety and justice
Granting marriage, vehicle and pet licenses
Maintaining roads, airports and ferries
Protecting the environment
Providing social services
Sustaining local parks
The IT Division manages more than 300 software business applications/systems in support of 22 county departments and the public. Pierce County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How can we help?
Pierce County wants to hear from you. Please select one of the following to talk to elected officials and staff, or to report problems in our community.