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The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) offers exciting internship programs for high school and college students.

SCA's College Internship Program

The SCA's College Internship Program ("CIP") was established to attract and recruit talented college students interested in architecture and/or engineering design, business, construction management, human resources, information technology, public administration, real estate and other careers within the public sector.

 

Program Highlights:

  • Students receive challenging work assignments and career mentoring.
  • Students may intern up to 20 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters and up to 37.5 hours during the winter intercession in January and summer (from June through August).
  • Students are paid $17.50 per hour.

Eligibility:

  • The program is open to full-time college students enrolled in an accredited four-year bachelor’s degree program or in graduate school.
  • GPA requirements: 3.0 or above.
  • Applicants must be able to present original unexpired documentation to show identity and employment authorization to work in the United States.

Application Process:

  • Submit resume and cover letter indicating the area you are interested in being considered for an internship.
  • Selected finalists will be notified and an interview will be scheduled with the selected area.


The SCA's internship programs follow the agency's avoidance of nepotism policy. SCA employees and SCA consultants should consult the agency’s nepotism policy on the SCANetwork.

Inquiries may be emailed to: SCA Internships

 

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Summer Internship Program

The SCA Summer Internship Program (“SIP”) recruits talented college-bound NYC public high school students for a six-week paid internship with various SCA divisions and SCA business partners throughout New York City. SIP is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in various industries including but not limited to architecture and/or engineering design, construction management, building trades, business administration, information technology and/or public administration. Students spend four days working with their intern host and the remaining day attending educational and career development training and workshops.


Program Highlights:

  • Students receive exposure to career experience and mentoring. 
  • Students participate in various workshops on business  communication, career and college planning, MS Excel, engineering activities, and a tour of an SCA construction site.
  • Students are paid a minimum wage salary for the full six weeks.

Eligibility:

  • The program is open to college-bound New York City public high school sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • GPA requirement: 80 or above.
  • Students must be available for the program’s duration.
  • Applicants must be able to present original unexpired documentation to show identity and employment authorization to work in the United States. 


Application Process:

  • Students must submit the following as part of their completed application by March 9 , 2018 (online application for the Summer Intern 2018 position, current resume (strongly preferred), complete official transcript and recommendation).
  • Click Applicant Login below. Review the Job Details Page and Click Create An Account. Or log-in to the SCA website at www.nycsca.org and Click Careers-Internship Program-Summer Internship Program-Applicant Log In. Click Application Guide for instructions on how to complete and submit the online application.
  • Upload your resume to the online application.
  • Upload your transcript, as a pdf document, to the online application or ask your school counselor to send the document to SIP by email to SCAINTERNSHIPS@nycsca.org.
  • Print the Recommendation Form below. Ask a teacher or guidance counselor to complete and submit the form directly to SIP by email to SCAINTERNSHIPS@nycsca.org
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have any difficulties, please contact SIP at SCAINTERNSHIPS@nycsca.org.
  • Students will be notified of the selection decisions for the interview process in mid-March by email.
  • Students selected to interview will receive a Doodle Poll invite by email asking them to select an interview appointment during the NYC DOE Spring break from April 2-6, 2018 at the SCA.
  • Students who completed the interview process will be notified of the selection decisions for the program in early May by email. Students selected for SIP will receive an SCA employment packet by email. They will receive a Doodle Poll invite by email asking them to select a registration date from June 4-7, 2018 at the SCA. They will be required to bring in their completed employment packet, original age-appropriate working papers (for those born after July 10, 2000) and original I9 documentation, to show identify and work authorization, in order to register for the program.

Attachments:

SIP 2018 Online Application Guide

Applicant Login

Recommendation Form


The SCA's internship programs follow the agency's avoidance of nepotism policy. SCA employees and SCA consultants should consult the agency’s nepotism policy on the SCANetwork.

Inquiries should be email to SCAINTERNSHIPS@nycsca.org.

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