Applications open for SF PUC’s 2019 CityWorks Summer Internship Program



Applications are open for the 2019 CityWorks Summer Internship Program, which strives to increase diversity in engineering, program management, communications and related fields. CityWorks provides interns aged 16-19 years old from San Francisco’s Southeast neighborhoods with work-based learning and mentorship opportunities through summer jobs with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and private engineering firms working on the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP).

Check out the 2018 CityWorks Yearbook to learn about the most recent cohort’s summer experience. You can also watch this short video that describes the program and features testimonies from previous CityWorks fellows.

Visit to download an application today.

CityWorks is managed through the SFPUC Community Benefits Division. SFPUC developed CityWorks in partnership with Young Community Developers, and it is sustained through financial and volunteer support from private sector partners including AECOM/Parsons JV, Carollo Engineers, CPM ALTA, Stantec, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, Brown and Caldwell, CH2M, SOHA Engineers, and Structus Inc.