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Internship and Volunteer Programs

Internship Program

The City of Coral Gables values the contributions made by students of all ages and backgrounds and is continuously seeking bright innovative, results-oriented individuals to join our Internship Program. This program has been developed to provide high school, college, university or graduate students with the opportunity to gain both academic and practical experience working in local government. There are paid and non-paid internship opportunities depending on the department’s needs and budget. Internships are designed to provide the participants with the opportunity to apply academic skills to on-the job assignments with the City. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the City of Coral Gables and the exceptional services it provides to the community.  All volunteers are required to undergo a background prior to the approval of a volunteer assignment.

City of Coral Gables Internship Program Policies and Procedures

Internship Program Application Instructions 

Internship Program Application


A “volunteer” is anyone, who without compensation performs a task at the direction of and on behalf of a City department. A “volunteer” must be cleared by the Human Resources Department and be officially approved by a City department prior to performing any task and/or interacting with participants. Volunteers are not considered paid employees of the City of Coral Gables but are covered under the City’s Workman’s Compensation Program while performing volunteer assignments on behalf of the City. The City of Coral Gables complies with the Florida Drug-Free Workplace Program. All volunteers are required to undergo a background and drug screening prior to the approval of a volunteer assignment. All volunteers must be a minimum age of 15.

City of Coral Gables Volunteer Program Policies and Procedures

Volunteer Program Application Instructions

Volunteer Program Application