Public Education & Outreach
Environmental Services has developed numerous public education and outreach opportunities in an effort to increase public awareness and encourage involvement in sustaining an environmentally safe community. For more information on how you, your school or organization can become involved please contact us.
Keep Cedar Hill Beautiful depends on volunteers to help make Cedar Hill the cleanest, greenest, most dependable place to live, work, and play. Whether you have a few hours, a day, or able to help on a regular basis, we welcome your participation.
Environmental Services annually provides the opportunity for one local college student to participate in an intensive 15-weeks part-time PAID summer environmental internship. The internship exposes the college student to many environmental programs such as stormwater, industrial pretreatment, air quality, hazardous waste, liquid waste, vector, abatement, construction, and more. Hours are flexible around your class schedule. The internship is typically posted on the Cedar Hill Jobs webpage in April.
Keep Cedar Hill Beautiful Internship
Environmental Services annually provides the opportunity for local high school and college students to participate in a 3-months part-time unpaid environmental internship through the CityWE program. The internship exposes the local student to many Keep Cedar Hill Beautiful programs such as community outreach, leadership, neighborhood cleanups, special event assistance, and more. Hours are flexible around your class schedule. Internship availability may vary throughout the year. Send your resume and cover letter to Duy Vu, Environmental Manager.