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Altamonte Springs offering paid internships for high school, college students

Altamonte Springs City Hall

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. — The city of Altamonte Springs said it is expanding its internship program for high school and college students to help them get paid to further their experience and future career paths.

The city is expanding its internship program in collaboration with the Altamonte Springs Global Innovation Lab (AGIL) starting this summer.


Officials said interns are paid $15 per hour and can work up to 40 hours per week.

“This program invites creative thinkers and future leaders to develop a deeper understanding of community while building practical skills and knowledge they can apply throughout their careers,” said City Manager Frank Martz in a statement.

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