My Gresham service requests anytime, anywhere. Fix a pothole, remove graffiti, report a broken streetlight and more.
Gresham’s development-ready commercial centers are connected by new infrastructure, amenities and opportunity.
Use the City’s services directory to easily find the information you need.
Come build the future with us. Explore a career in public service during CityFest on Saturday, May 13.
We’re looking for talented artisans to participate on July 15. Apply now for jury consideration. Space is limited per medium.
Ricki started at the City as a SummerWorks intern,
working on the successful Vance Park futsal project, while attending college,
for the Office of Governance and Management. Today, Ricki is a full-time crime
prevention specialist with the City.
SummerWorks intern Michelle Jamarillo helped the Water Resources Division in 2016 on the “Dump No Waste – Drains to Stream” campaign to
Police Cadets take an
active role by participating in police ride-alongs, traffic patrols, records
management and crime prevention.
From breaking world records to marking storm drains, it’s all
in a day’s work for our interns. Gain experience working for the City, new skills, and see if a career in public service is in your future.
The City posts internships on our
Jobs page. Check back regularly; new opportunities are posted throughout the year.
Applications accepted through April 17.
The SummerWorks internship program places youth, ages 16-24,
in paid summer internships at the City, and throughout the metro area. It’s a
180-hour experience with job coaching.
Gresham hosts a dozen or more interns each year. If you’re
interested, follow the link to apply, and be sure to express your interest in
working for the City of Gresham specifically. Though we can’t guarantee
placement, we’ll do our best to accommodate your request.
More about SummerWorks internships
2017 SummerWorks application
Note: If you are applying for an internship through SummerWorks and would like to be considered for a position at the City of Gresham, you must do the following:
Motivated young men and
women can develop leadership, teamwork and responsibility skills while
exploring the firefighting profession. Once qualified, Cadets can respond to
emergency calls in support roles and perform non-emergency tasks according to
Learn more about the Fire Cadet program.
Considering a career in
public safety? Police Cadets take an active role in police ride-alongs, traffic
patrols, records management, crime prevention, citizen interaction and security
for community events.
Learn more about the Police Cadet program.
Not finding what you’re looking for above? Are you college-age and exploring internship opportunities?
Fill out our internship interest form to see if we can find a match.
Does your organization place interns? Would you like to
discuss how we might work together? Contact Amber Autry at HR@GreshamOregon.gov.