The City of Canyon Lake has officially launched its Internship Program and the inaugural class of interns has been brought on-board.
One of the goals set by the City Council for the 2020 calendar year was to establish an internship program at City Hall. Over the past few months, the staff has been working to create an Internship Program that will benefit city operations and offer experience and professional growth to the interns who participate in the program.
Three of the interns will serve primarily with the Administration Office and one intern will serve primarily with Code Enforcement. In addition to their daily tasks and assignments, the interns will have a curriculum that they will follow during the 10 to 12 weeks they are in the program.
Tasks will range from administrative and organizational tasks to assisting with research for city projects and potential new policies. Additionally, each intern will be asked to attend at least one City Council meeting and one meeting of a regional agency of which the city is a member of.
The interns are not paid to participate in the program.
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