Undergraduate Internships

The Political Science department offers several programs through which students may gain practical experience while earning academic credit. A political science internship involves working in the office of a public official or, when possible, in an election campaign. Prior interns have served in responsible positions with state assembly members, state senators, and members of Congress, and in a number of campaigns for local, state, and national office. The comparable program in public administration places students in positions, often paid, with local government offices and agencies where they may be involved with city planning and zoning issues, public relations efforts, special research topics, or budget preparation, to mention several possibilities. In addition, the department regularly sends selected students to the state capitol to participate in the Sacramento Semester Program where they work with members of the Legislature, officers of the executive branch, or lobbyists to gain a fuller understanding of the political process firsthand. Finally, special arrangements also may be made for some students to serve as staff to members of Congress in Washington, D.C., for a semester.

WGLI Core Leadership Program

WGLI’s Core Leadership Workshop program (a series of 5, one-day sessions) provides for an in-depth understanding of
personal and professional development: builds self-worth and awareness and professional competency through organizational skill building.

Are you ready to grow your career and give back to the community?
We are now accepting applications. Enrollment is limited to 25 women.

5 Saturdays Beginning in February (9:00am -4:00pm February 23, March 9 & 23, April 6 & 20)
Empire College (3035 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, California 

See description of program here.

 

Available Internships for Spring 2013:

 

Cal State Washington DC Internship Program

 

 

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