2015 Legislative Internship
The Arizona Legislative Internship Program is co-sponsored by
the Arizona State Senate, Arizona State House of Representatives, Arizona
Supreme Court, the Arizona Governor's Office, and Arizona universities.
The Legislative Internship is a semester long, and is
located in Phoenix. It iss worth 12 upper-division undergraduate credits,
or 9 graduate credits. Any major, graduate or undergraduate, is invited to apply.
The 2015 Legislative Internship Program offers selected college
students an opportunity to participate in the Arizona Legislative Process working in the House, Senate, Governor's or Supreme Court Offices or working in the Legislative Broadcast Center, producing coverage of legislative proceedings for the Internet and
cable television. ACTV Presents: The Legislative Broadcast Intership
Before you apply, be sure to read more about what the program has to offer in the navigation panel to the left.
Legislative staff will be on campus at the vendor tables on September 3rd near the University Union and DuBois Center to answer any questions. On September 17th they will be located on the North Quad and DuBois Center. To get started, please see our frequently asked questions.