1. Do I have to be a political science major?
No. Students from all majors and disciplines are encouraged to
apply. Legislative Staff trains and supervises interns at all times. Please read our eligibility guidelines for more information.
2. How many interns are hired?
Approximately 55 interns are selected from the three state
universities to serve in the House, Senate, Governor's Office, and Supreme
3. Are there job opportunities?
Yes. Many former interns have succeeded in obtaining positions
at various State agencies, with lobbying groups, law firms and the private
sector. Several former interns are currently on permanent staff with the House
of Representatives and the Senate and some have gone to various federal
agencies in Washington, D.C.