This is a part-time position, up to 20 hours per week, and anticipated to be limited to the summer; however, the internship could be extended longer subject to funding and need. The number and schedule of working hours can be arranged around class schedules. The City has implemented an exciting opportunity through its Planning Intern Training Program, which is a 10-session training workshop focusing on the following topics: planning and its role in government processes; understanding the Zoning Code; site planning workshop; reading plans; CEQA basics; writing workshop; time management; divisions in the Community Development Department; other City departments; and, career builder.
Final Filing Date: Applications accepted until filled.
Minimum Qualifications: Current enrollment in upper division or graduate level classes in a college or university degree program, which emphasizes urban/regional planning, architecture, environmental studies, public administration, or other related area.
If you have any questions, please email Nate Farnsworth, Principal Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.