Thank you to our friends at the Department of Human Services for creating this fun video highlighting the Summer 2021 internship.
Applications for the Summer 2022 Internship are now open!
The MyARInternship will run from June 6th through July 29th.
This past summer, we welcomed over thirty interns to meet with State Leaders and to learn how State Government works in various Departments. The summer 2021 interns met with the Governor at the Governor’s Mansion, toured a Department of Corrections facility, went to the Arkansas State Police training track, and met almost all of the Cabinet Secretaries. Apply now for the summer 2022 internship to experience these opportunities and more!
To be eligible to apply, applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:
Applications for the 2022 internship are open December 2021 through early spring of 2022.
The summer 2022 internship will run from Monday, June 6 through Friday, July 29th.
Examples of available internship areas include finance, social work, technology, public health, engineering, business, public safety, communications, education, research, cybersecurity, compliance, legal, marketing, environment, administration, real estate services, tourism, and emergency management.
Interns will be matched with available internship positions within departments depending on their area of study and experience.
This internship was created to give students an inside look at state government. Interns will walk away from this internship with valuable knowledge, experience, contacts, and lifelong friendships. Each intern will be assigned to an opening at various state departments based on availability (click HERE to view a list of departments/potential placements.) Day-to-day, interns will work with staff within their assigned department on projects. Additionally, Interns will have weekly internship meetings which will feature speakers such as the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Department Secretaries, and many more in state leadership. Interns will also have the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at state facilities such as the Capitol, Governor’s Mansion, Supreme Court, Arkansas State Police training track, Corrections facilities, and more. Every year we aim to add to the internship experience.
This internship is a full-time position in which interns will work 40 hours per week, with the exception of state holidays.
Yes. Interns will be paid at an hourly rate. Any time missed will result in adjusted pay.
All interns will be placed in departments throughout the Little Rock metro area.
Internship Director Jana Hiland at email@example.com.
To view and download MyARInternship Promotional Materials, click HERE.