The Ted Stevens Legislative Internship

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Student applications, including letters of recommendation, for the Ted Stevens Legislative Internship are due Oct. 31.

Undergraduate students in any major program are eligible to apply. Third and fourth-year students are especially encouraged to consider the program.

Interns work side-by-side with legislators in Juneau during the Spring semester, earn 12 credits and usually are paid a stipend that defrays travel and living expenses.

For more information, please contact the Ted Stevens Legislative Internship coordinator at UAA, Prof. Forrest Nabors in the Department of Political Science,

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