Since 1969, the Legislative Internship Program has sought to offer CT college students the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge about how state government works, through direct experience in the legislative offices of the Connecticut General Assembly
With the mission to provide educational opportunities outside of the traditional classroom setting, our program is tailored to acquaint students with both the formal and informal aspects of the legislative process. Accordingly, the program provides training, academic examination, and encourages a high level of personal interaction between legislators and the interns assigned to work with them.
While serving within the CT General Assembly, our interns gain exclusive insight and access to the legislative players and policy making process. Paired with our academic and supplemental programming, our program offers a unique opportunity for students to explore careers in public service while earning credit, practical experience, and professional connections that will last a lifetime.
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