North Carolina Highway Patrol Internship Opportunities
The NC State Highway Patrol internship program is designed to provide real life unpaid work experiences for an intern, as well as support the student by providing the appropriate hours and projects in order to receive college credit.
•work on a variety of assignments which are challenging and will increase their knowledge
•gain a realistic perspective of the working world
•be placed with a supervisor that will provide opportunities for professional growth
The Highway Patrol offers a wide range of internship opportunities. We have internship opportunities with special operations, headquarters, medical, district and troop offices all over the state. Our interns have assisted with projects as:
•designing fitness programs for officers
•learning the process of accident reconstruction
•benchmarking best practices
•teen collision and death report presentation
•presenting technical reports to law enforcement executives
•designing law enforcement training
•texting while driving campaign
Who can apply?
Applicant needs to be in junior or senior standing at an accredited college/university. Applicant must be enrolled in an academic institution at the time of application as well as through out the duration of the internship. All academic majors are welcome to apply. Applicants must be receiving academic credit for the internship during the length of the NCSHP internship.
How to apply:
1.Consult with your faculty advisor to determine whether or not an internship with our agency would meet academic requirements commensurate with your field of study.
2.Complete the application form (HP91A), then e-mail application and a copy of your resume to the e-mail address listed below.
3.Print the background investigation form (HP720E), you will need to have this form notarized and mailed to the following address: Professional Standards, Internship Coordinator, 4702 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699-4702.
4.You will also need to provide a copy of your school's academic course requirements/syllabus for our files, which can be mailed or emailed to us.
5.Applications need to be received by the internship coordinator no later than the following dates:
* Spring Semester: By the 2nd Friday in October
* Summer Semester: By the 2nd Friday in February
*Fall Semester: By the 2nd Friday in May
Contact: Captain John C. Ivarsson or Lieutenant Brian K. Lisenby at (919) 436-3013 or e-mail: email@example.com
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