Putnam County Taking Applications for Summer Interns

Program open to high school and college students

The Putnam County government will again offer paid and unpaid summer internships for high school, college and graduate school students as part of the Putnam Invests in Leaders of Tomorrow (PILOT) Program introduced in 2013 by County Executive MaryEllen Odell.

The county's 2016 summer interns with County Executive MaryEllen  Odell (center)

The county’s 2016 summer interns with County Executive MaryEllen Odell (center)

Participants must be Putnam County residents who are undergraduate or graduate college students or high school students in their junior or senior year. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. For college students a GPA of 3.0 or higher is recommended.

The 2017 program will run from May through August, depending on student availability.  Interns typically work 28 hours a week. For more information, contact Adriene Iasoni at 845-808-1650, ext. 46625, or at adriene.iasoni@putnamcountyny.gov. An application can be downloaded at putnamcountyny.com/internapply. The deadline is Jan. 20.


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