(6 SCH) The internship course is designed to offer students an opportunity to work in the offices of state, federal, and locally elected officials. Students will learn the kinds of services provided by the offices, the expectations the electorate has of their elected officials, and the kinds of activities that occur in these offices. Students will be engaged in meaningful tasks and assignments that contribute to their understanding of democratic government. Prerequisite: Students must have passed PSCI 428, be of Senior standing, have a grade point average of 2.75 or higher, and complete a student application process. Only currently enrolled students who are seeking a degree may apply for the internship course.
Please email Professor Bugh for an application: firstname.lastname@example.org