Welcome 2019 City Interns!


Intern

Kristen Sauceda

Kristen is currently studying Public Policy/ Political Science. She will be interning with the Orange County Transportation Authority.


Intern

Evonnie Estrada

Evonnie is currently studying Information Technology. She will be interning with the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority.


Intern

Maya Kulkarni

Maya is currently studying Urban Planning. She will be interning with the Orange County Transportation Authority.


InterN

Claire Garland

Claire is currently studying Civil Engineering. She will be interning with the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority.


Intern

Melany Arriola

Melany is currently studying Sustainability with an Emphasis in Energy and Urban Systems with a minor in Business.
She will be interning with the Orange County Transportation Authority this summer.

 

COMTO’s City Interns will explore careers in Transportation.

COMTO’s Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY) Internship Program provides minority college juniors and seniors with a unique opportunity to gain professional and practical experience in the transportation industry. Through the CITY Program, COMTO seeks to prepare the best and brightest to become leaders, decision makers and change agents in the transportation industry. Interns will work, learn and gain professional development and team-leading experience at transportation agencies or businesses, while exploring careers within the industry.


2020 Internship Application will open January 2020.

What Interns can Expect:

  • June 4 - August 9, 2019

  • 36-40 hour work weeks

  • $15.00 per hour and transportation stipend

  • Placement at a public transportation agency or private company with business in transportation

  • Professional development webinars and trainings

  • Transportation, lodging, meals and fees at COMTO’s National Meeting & Training Conference in July

Internship Qualifications:

  • Immediate exposure to emerging industry professionals

  • US Citizen

  • Belong to an under-represented or minority group

  • Rising college junior or senior currently enrolled full-time and planning to enroll full-time next fall at an accredited institution of higher education

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0

  • Able to successfully pass a background check

  • Reside or attend school in/near the internship location

  • Available to attend National Meeting & Training Conference, Summer 2020. Dates TBD.