DEADLINE EXTENDED TO : Friday, September 8, 2017
The Maddy Scholar Intern Program’s goal is to prepare the next generation of political, governmental, business, non-profit leaders for the San Joaquin Valley through internship opportunities in local, state and federal government offices in Washington, D.C., Sacramento and throughout the region.
Each year approximately 40 University students from regional universities (CSU Fresno, CSU Stanislaus, CSU Bakersfield, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and UC Merced) are selected as Legislative Scholar-Interns. Legislative Scholar-Interns are placed on assignment in government offices throughout the Valley, as well as in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. The Legislative Internship Program provides students with opportunities to develop public leadership skills while gaining practical knowledge of the day-to-day operations of government and the political process. Legislative Scholar-Interns receive academic credit as well as a stipend. Examples of placements include: U.S. Senate and Congressional offices (Capitol and district offices), California Assembly and Senate offices (Capitol and district offices) and the Governor’s Office. Students are selected based on their academic standing to elevate citizen participation and government performance at all levels through leadership training for public service.
You can download the application HERE or submit to email@example.com:
❒ Resume: Must be current and completed.
❒ Personal Statement: No longer than ONE page. Write a short biographical sketch. How would the
legislative office benefit from having you in the office? What interest, experience, or background
do you have in public policy or government affairs (school, work, volunteerism, etc.)?
❒ College Transcripts: Copies are acceptable. Your name must appear on the document. Official
transcripts indicating expected graduation date and degree will be required of all applicants selected for the program.