The City and County of Denver offers mentoring opportunities to develop students into professionals through our Campus Relations Program. We provide a unique opportunity for students to discover the vast array of possible professions that are available in a large, diverse organization and world-class municipal government.
Join a Community.
Employees at the City are dedicated, energetic, experienced civil servants. You will be part of a culture that promotes knowledge-sharing and will have the opportunity to interact with staff at all levels - from peers to senior managers.
Make a Difference.
The City and County of Denver serves over 620,000 residents and our staff play an integral role in operations across the City. We’re leading the way with innovative programs and forward-thinking initiatives such as Denver’s Road Home, the City’s ten-year plan to end homelessness and the Greenprint Initiative, an action agenda for sustainable development in Denver.
Quality of Life.
From Red Rocks to the airport and everything in between: the City and County of Denver has a thriving culture, diverse neighborhoods, natural beauty and a quality of life that is second to none. We have six major league sports teams, the second-largest performing arts complex in the United States, 80 neighborhoods, over 200 parks, 300 days of sunshine and the 17th busiest airport in the world.
For individuals currently enrolled in an academic program leading to a degree in a professional field. We offer temporary paid, unpaid and for academic credit internships to support our offices, agencies and departments while providing students with meaningful work experience to supplement and enhance their education.
For individuals who possess a HS Diploma or GED or have graduated with a degree. We offer temporary positions for the purpose of occupational development for those who lack formal higher education or work experience.
For individuals looking for post-graduate work experience in the specialized fields of Law or Forensic Pathology. Fellowships are available in our Coroner’s Office and City Attorney’s Office.
For individuals seeking to become a skilled journeyman. We offer four years of on-the-job training concurrent with a required school curriculum for a specific trade including HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical through the Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship. A High School Diploma or GED along with one year of service as a City and County of Denver employee in a Career Service classification is required.
For individuals who have graduated within the last year with a HS Diploma, Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree or Advanced Degree. We offer a wide variety of entry-level positions that require no experience and the City affords a lot of opportunity for mobility. You can design your own career path by working for any of our diverse agencies in a wide variety of roles.
The City and County of Denver actively seeks to engage with students, campuses and community organizations. We embrace campus recruitment as a key hiring strategy and strive to bring new people with fresh ideas into our entrepreneurial and community-based culture.
We participate in numerous activities including career fairs, classroom visits, and professional development or educational events in order to build lasting relationships and identify our workforce of the future. Please check out our events calendar to see where we’ll be and come visit!
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