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 Maryland State Internship Information

On this page, students and Maryland citizens can find information on internships in Maryland State Agencies. These internships may be paid or unpaid, and for credit or noncredit. Approved internships can easily be arranged through most educational institutions.

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An Internship Success Story by Marjorie Point Du Jour 

In September 2006, I began my State service as part of the Governor's Policy Fellows Program.  From the hundreds of applications received, only four were selected, and I was very fortunate to be one of those four.

I am originally from out of State, so I knew very little about the workings of Maryland State government when I came in.  Being in a fellowship, it was okay.  What struck me most was the willingness of my supervisors and their staff to guide me through all I needed to know and share in-depth experience.  Most importantly, by showing that I was dedicated to the work and gaining experience, I was offered a permanent position in January 2009.

I have chosen to remain a proud State of Maryland employee because I like to serve, but the State has also served me well.  With the right work and environment, I have gained opportunities for upward mobility.  In addition, because we serve such a dynamic state and population, I have never stopped learning.  It has truly been a wonderful experience and I look forward to what the future holds.

Marjorie Point Du Jour, SPHR
Human Resources Analyst Senior
Recruitment and Examinations Division
Maryland Department of Budget and Management

 

Internship Program

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Internships provide students with valuable experience:

  • Integrate theory and practice in their disciplines.
  • Test their skills and ideas in job situations.
  • Learn about professional behavior, including ethics, conduct and job responsibility, and working.
  • Learn valuable information interacting with experienced professionals
  • Gain a realistic perspective of the working world.
  • Obtain marketable work experience.
  • Build valuable networks for future job searches.

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