“GPSI: Celebrating 43 Years of Leadership Lived, 1974 -2017”
Obtaining a GPSI internship is a competitive process. If you are selected to be a GPSI intern by a participating agency, you will have the opportunity for a long-term (up to 21 months) internship with outstanding benefits.
At this time, GPSI applications are being accepted for fall 2017 late round internships which will begin in October or November, 2017. The deadline for GPSI file completion to be eligible for late round interviews that will be conducted in mid September is August 31, 2017. However, the application must be submitted by August 25.
Please be aware that selection for a GPSI internship is through a very competitive process. Applying to the GPSI program does not guarantee an interview nor does obtaining an interview guarantee an internship.
No resume updates are allowed at this time.
Online students, who will live within a commutable distance to Springfield for the duration of the internship, are welcome to apply for the GPSI program. At this time, we do not have internships for online students located outside of the Springfield area.
Kaitlin Hollenbeck, a former Graduate Public Service Intern with the Bureau of Water at the Illinois EPA, collects a water sample from Lake Springfield. As part of her internship, Kaitlin helped determine the condition of Illinois water resources. She gained valuable experience while preparing for her future career.
Kaitlin Hollenbeck, former Aquatic Resource Management Intern, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency