NJOEM Internship Program

Basic Information

Partaking in an internship with NJOEM will give you the tools and knowledge to succeed in many different facets of work within Emergency Management and Homeland Security. Interns will work on projects and assignments that include, but are not limited to research, preparing and updating plans, assisting with training, and developing and revising policy documents and procedures. The average internship will last approximately 4 months. (The length of a college semester)

If you are pursuing this internship for college credit it can also count towards a college internship requirement.

Types of Internships

There are several bureaus within NJOEM where you can receive an internship, including:


    Emergency Response



    Incident Support

For more information on these bureaus and their respective units visit:

NJOEM Interns Brochure


All forms must be filled out in their entirety. Failure to fully complete or provide all necessary forms may delay or exclude an applicant from the process. In addition to the above, the applicant shall attach a current resume, recent transcript, and if obtaining college credits, an official letter prepared by the applicant’s college internship coordinator. This letter shall outline the school’s approval for the applicant’s internship and verification that mandatory requirements are met. If an applicant is not obtaining credits from the internship, an official letter prepared by the applicant’s college internship coordinator is not required.

Once complete, sign and scan the required application forms and forward the documents to the following email address:njoem.internship@njsp.org.