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Apply for Fall Internships at the Capitol

March 29, 2012
Governor Deal, Mrs. Deal and interns

For college juniors or seniors, graduate students and law students, completing an internship at the Capitol offers an opportunity to see firsthand the inner workings of state government and at the same time to professionally develop. Interns may work in several areas, from assisting in a communications office to preparing independent research on policy issues.

Currently, both the Governor's Office and Lieutenant Governor's Office are accepting internship applications for the fall semester.

To qualify, you must be either a state resident or a student at a Georgia college, university or law school, and you must hold at least a 3.0 GPA. You'll also need to have three strong academic or professional references to include with your application.

Submit your application for the Governor's Office by Friday, June 1. While the Lieutenant Governor's Office accepts applications on a rolling basis, selection is competitive, and so you'll want to submit your application as early as you can.

Fall internships run from mid-August to mid-December.

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