ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP APPLICANTS!
MTC High School Internship Program is in the planning stages for the Summer 2018 program year.
If you are interested in being notified of these internship positions when they become available, complete our online Job Interest Card and select the “Internship” category.
For more information, contact us at:
InternCoordinator@mtc.ca.gov or 415-778-5207.
NOTE: You are basically creating an account, creating an application, selecting a position to apply for and attaching your application to the position and attaching required documents for that position (Transportation Letter & Recommendation Letter).
Each year MTC sponsors a High School Internship Program. The purpose of the program is to introduce high school students (in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade) to career opportunities in the field of transportation, to show them how public transportation agencies play an overall part in the community, county, and regional transportation operations, and to provide MTC’s transportation partners (such as traffic engineers at city and county public works departments or planners at transit agencies) with assistance.
The program was conceived of by MTC's Minority Citizens Advisory Committee to encourage young people who might not otherwise consider a career in transportation to do so. Students of all races and ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is an affirmative action employer. MTC provides all employees and applicants with an equal opportunity in every aspect of the employment experience regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical handicap, medical condition, or marital status. This policy is implemented through an ongoing affirmative action program to ensure maximum opportunity to participate in the Commission’s program.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is a regional transportation-planning agency created by the California State legislature pursuant to Government Code § 66500 et seq. to provide coordinated transportation development for the nine-county Bay Area.