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Applications now available for city’s Public Service Internship Program

Marlborough-icon-for-CA-web-pageMarlborough – Applications are now available for area college students to apply for a paid internship with the city of Marlborough. The Public Service Internship Program is in its second year after first being launched by Mayor Arthur Vigeant and the City Council last year.

Applications may be picked up in person at the Marlborough Public Library or the mayor’s Office in City Hall. It is also available for download on the city’s homepage at www.marlborough-ma.gov under the “Quick Links” section.

“This program was a tremendous success last year and provided some great real world experience to all who participated,” Vigeant said. “I look forward to the energy and contributions this program will bring to our city again this summer.”

In order to apply, students will need to do the following:

1) Complete the Public Service Internship Application by Friday, May 10, by 4 p.m.

2) Provide a copy of your driver’s license.

3) Enclose with your application a copy of your most recent college transcript.

4) Submit a cover letter (one page, typed, 400 words maximum) explaining what you hope to gain from your internship experience and why you should be considered for the opportunity.

5) A letter of recommendation by a professor or other faculty member or previous employer is recommended, but not required. Letters may be included in the application or sent directly to the mayor’s office via email at mberry@marlborough-ma.gov.

Completed applications may be dropped off to the mayor’s office or mailed to:

City of Marlborough, Public Service Internship Program, City Hall, 4th Floor, Marlborough, MA 01752.

For more information, call Mike Berry at (508) 460-3770.

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