How to Apply Internship Program

Please review the internship program booklet and application carefully (listed below). Applications that do not meet the stated requirements will not be considered.

Applicants can review available internships and may apply for up to five internship projects. To apply, applicants must submit the following materials:

  • North Carolina State Government Internship application forms.
  • Cover letters outlining the reasons you are interested in each project for which you apply. Address cover letters to the North Carolina Internship Council. Your cover letter must include a bulleted list of projects for which you are applying, including project numbers and titles.
  • Professional résumés.
  • One copy of transcripts for all post-secondary grades. An unofficial student copy, obtained from your school’s website or registrar, is acceptable. Transcripts must verify current overall GPA.
  • Graduate and law students should submit an official schedule/course list if current grades are not available. Law students should include their current class rank when possible. If you have attended more than one college/university, include a transcript for each; graduate/law students should include undergraduate transcripts.
  • Brief legal writing samples (law students only). Writing samples exceeding three pages will not be accepted. Include a copy for each law project to which you apply.
  • Mailed paper application materials are required. E-mailed or faxed applications will not be accepted. Applications postmarked after this date will not be considered. Sorry, no exceptions. Mail all materials in ONE envelope.
2016 Internship Program Booklet
(Instructions, How to Apply, Internships Available)