Digital Team summer fellowships
We’re looking for students with a passion for doing impactful work. As a member of our team, you will have a direct effect on how people view Boston. You’ll also help shape the future of our City.
This summer, we need help with projects related to digital content, user experience, and data management. You can learn more about the fellowship at the bottom of this page. Or you can jump right to our application:
You should be entrepreneurial, humble, curious, and a strong communicator. We’re looking for excellent relationship builders who are passionate about this community. We want fellows who are excited to tackle difficult problems and love learning new skills.
You should be willing to embrace complex and dynamic challenges. You’ll be expected to juggle multiple projects, and work in an open and collaborative environment.
This summer, we need help with projects related to digital content, user experience, and data management.
Make sure to note want you want to focus on in our application:
You can also email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com with “2019 Summer Fellowship” in the subject line. Have a specific project you’d like to tackle? Notice something about our online presence that you’re curious about? Let us know!
The Digital Team Summer Fellowship is an opportunity to work closely with City leadership and members of the Digital Team. You’ll help us improve how the community interacts with our government online, and even in-person.
Our fellows play a vital role in creating tangible outcomes, including:
- piloting different technologies and tools
- connecting with constituents, and
- testing innovative approaches to solving problems.
We’ll consider you for the role that best fits your experience and interests. In all of these roles, you will apply and develop your skills while working on high-impact, high-visibility projects.
This internship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students in any major. But, we generally prefer applicants with relevant experience or education. We cannot sponsor visas for these positions.What is the selection process?
We’ll notify applicants about initial phone interviews on a rolling basis. We plan to hold these phone interviews in early January. We’ll hold final candidate in-person interviews at City Hall in mid-to-late February. If you’re picked, we plan to notify you by the end of March.
This is an eight-week internship. We expect the program to start in mid June, but this is subject to change. If you’re selected, we’ll confirm the start date with you.Is this a paid internship?
Yes! We provide direct funding for a limited number of fellowships. We also encourage you to apply if you have university or grant funding. Please note in your cover letter if you expect to have external funding.