Internships are perhaps the best way to get involved in government.
- Interning at all levels of government will help to acclimate you to the governmental environment. Interning is also an excellent way to network with people already in government.
- Many of these internships can also be done for academic credit, depending on your major. Contact your advisor for more information on internships for credit.
- Students interested in securing internships should contact Phil Hale or Samantha Scissom through email at email@example.com or by calling 312-915-7579.
Available Internships Spring 2015:
A variety of Internships are available for the upcoming semester. To inquire, please contact either Phil Hale or Samantha Scissom, listed above, or by becoming a member of Inside Government in order to recieve weekly updates on available internships.
For additional information about these internship seminar programs, as well as additional application requirements, please contact: Dr. Alan Gitelson, Department of Political Science, Coffey Hall 325, firstname.lastname@example.org, 773-508-3065.