Pima County School Superintendent Fall 2019 Internship

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Posted 9/24/2019

Pima County School Superintendent Fall 2019 Internship

Status: Part-time/20 hours per week

Location: 200 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ. 85701

Start Date: Rolling

Application Deadline: Rolling


Pima County School Superintendent’s Internship Program

This Internship Program is designed to give substantial real-life exposure to the duties and responsibilities of the elected Pima County School Superintendent as he and the office promote educational excellence through Leadership, Service and Collaboration.

Researching local, state, and national education policy, school finance, elections, and educational service programs will be part of the experience. A successful intern will be a highly-motivated individual who is team and project-oriented, as well as able to work independently with little guidance. The intern will be able to work quickly under pressure and respond to multiple demands at once.

What are the benefits of the Superintendent’s Internship Program?

An opportunity to work day to day with the Superintendent, his staff, and political and educational leaders in Pima County.

Receive firsthand experience with the ins and outs of how the office on an elected official functions.

Cultivate meaningful skills while forming lasting connections.

Essential Duties and Learning Objectives:

Interns may work in all departments, including: political, policy, research, organizing, technology, operations, educational programs, and more. The intern will assist with Superintendent with specific work related to increasing understanding of legislative policy, application to daily tasks, and functions of the office and education systems through completing project-related tasks.

Interns can expect to learn and apply:

Critical thinking skills,

Research skills related to educational and legislative issues,

Writing skills,

Workplace communication and decorum,

An understanding of the skills and knowledge needed for professional success,

An understanding of how elected officials and county schools operate,

And much more!


Minimum Qualifications:

3.5 GPA

Four completed semesters of course work

Two letters of recommendation

Who are we looking for?

Hardworking, motivated, passionate future leaders interested in gaining experience and involvement in county educational issues.

Students majoring in policy, politics, education, government, or other relevant coursework, in addition to those majoring in all other courses of study.

Those who have immediate availability and the capacity to intern for at least 20 hours per workweek.

Those who can be available for evening or weekend work, and those who can be able during normal business hours.


Part-time/ 20 hours per week


This is a Volunteer Position

Application Deadline: Rolling

To Apply:

Please visit www.schools.pima.gov to complete the application and submit your resume and cover letter. If you have questions please contact Director of Business and Education Partnerships, Andrew Bevington at


Office: 520-724-8213| Cell: 520.599-9987

Thank you for your interest. We invite you to visit our website for further information about the superintendent’s responsibilities and educational programs offered.


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