Do you have internships?
Coconino County offers paid and unpaid internships in the fall, spring and summer semesters. Paid or unpaid internships are designed to help a college student obtain real world skills to compliment their area of study. A qualified intern meets one of the following criteria: presently enrolled in a degree program, either undergraduate or graduate; has graduated from a degree program within the last 12 months; A recent high school graduate, accepted and enrolled for the coming semester. All interns must complete a Coconino County application. For more information on this or any other INTERNSHIP, please contact the Human Resources.

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1. No computer or limited computer skills? Need help with the online application? Our staff will assist you.
2. Where do I find the employment application?
3. How do I submit paper applications?
4. What about paper applications?
5. I don’t have an email address, what can I do?
6. What happens if I submit two application for the same job opening?
7. May I submit a resume?
8. Will you notify me when a County job opens in my field of interest?
9. May I submit an application for future Coconino County job openings?
10. What are supplemental questions and how do I submit my answers to these?
11. How do closing dates work? What if the closing date is listed as “Continuous?”
12. How are applications evaluated?
13. I have submitted my application. What happens next?
14. I have applied for several jobs and have never been contacted for an interview. What happened?
15. What benefits does Coconino County offer employees?
16. Do you have internships?
17. Can you help me find a job?
18. I have a disability. What assistance can Coconino County offer to me in the employment process or in the form of an accommodation?
19. Why work at Coconino County?