What does ITA Do? ITA provides centralized IT services for the City of Los Angeles, including computer support, enterprise applications, websites, data networks, phone communications, radio systems, a 24/7 data center, and the LACityView TV station.
Information Technology Agency (ITA) Volunteer Internship Program provides project-based learning opportunities for college-level students looking to gain experience in technology and public service. All internship work is voluntary and students will not receive any monetary compensation. Depending on their college programs, students may receive different types of school credit for participating as interns. This program runs year-round and interns are accepted based availability of projects and staff to supervise.
Internships are available to college-level students 18 years of age or older, including undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent graduates of a two- or four-year college, university, or vocational school. Ideal candidates must be able to communicate well, display a record of academic achievement, demonstrate a commitment to Information Technology or public service, and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Candidates shall also maintain a high standard of ethics and integrity in a work environment.
ITA internship opportunities are available in the following areas:
Infrastructure & Network Services (Data Center, Voice, Data, and Radio networks)
Applications Development & Programming
Customer Engagement: 3-1-1 Call Center, IT Help Desk, Business/Data Analysis, and Media Production
Finance, Office Administration, and Contracts Management
How to Apply
To apply candidates should use the "Apply Now" link below to send a resume and select an internship area. All applications are reviewed and qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.