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Indiana Senate Republican Caucus Internship

.. Legislative, Information Technology, Legal, Press Secretary, Policy, and Visual Communications

Open to Indiana residents and/or attend a college or university located within Indiana

icon  The Indiana Senate Republican Caucus

.. 05 Jan 2018

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    The Statehouse, located in downtown Indianapolis

     Work permit : Not-Required

.. $700 biweekly

4-6 months

 

More about this internship

The Indiana Senate Republican Caucus Internship is offered to recent and current college undergraduates and graduate students.
The internship provides the applicants with an opportunity to gain practical knowledge of state government. The interns will work at the Statehouse, located in downtown Indianapolis.

Eligibility

  • The applicants for Indiana Senate Republican Caucus Internship should be undergraduate sophomores, juniors, seniors, recent college graduates, graduates or law school students.
  • The candidates should be either resident of Indiana or attend the university or college in Indiana.
  • The applicants are not required to have any political or government experience.
  • The candidates should have a strong academic record and excellent writing and interpersonal skills.
  • The applicants should also have a positive, professional attitude and should be highly motivated.

Value of the internship

  • The recipients of Indiana Senate Republican Caucus Internship get a biweekly stipend of $700.
  • The interns may also be able to get academic credit through their university or college and apply for the academic scholarships through the Verizon Communications and Senator David Ford Scholarship Funds.
Source : The Indiana Senate Republican Caucus
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