This summer, we welcomed over thirty interns to meet with State Leaders and to learn how State Government works in various Departments. The Summer 2021 interns met with the Governor at the Governor’s Mansion, toured a Department of Corrections facility, went to the Arkansas State Police training track, and met almost all of the Cabinet Secretaries. Be on the lookout for the Summer 2022 application to experience these opportunities and more!

About MyARInternship

Our goal at the Department of Transformation and Shared Services is to cultivate a pool of diverse talent for the next generation of professional workers. With MyARInternship, students can apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real-life on-the-job experience. Furthermore, what makes MyARInternship unique is the diverse pool of career fields. Examples of available career areas include finance, social work, technology, public health, engineering, business, public safety, education, research, cybersecurity, compliance, legal, environment, administration, real estate services, tourism, and emergency management.


To be eligible to apply, applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years of age on or before the first day of the internship, and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Completed the first year of college and currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.
  • Graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program no more than 2 years before the internship.
  • A veteran with a high school diploma or equivalent and served on active duty in the 2 years preceding the internship.

Paper applications will not be accepted in place of an online application. A current resume and references are required at the time of application. Candidates who successfully complete the interview process, pass a background check, and are selected for the program will be scheduled to work during regular office hours, Monday through Friday.