The Hawaiʻi State Legislative Internship Program provides dynamic, capable, and ambitious UH West Oʻahu students with a rare opportunity to work with legislators in both the Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives and the Senate. Interns will gain insights into elective politics and observe first-hand the dynamics of legislative decision-making while working an average of 40 hours per week assisting a senator or representative from January-May 2016. Interns will get paid for work and receive money covering the full cost of spring 2016 tuition while earning 12 academic credits. Learn how laws are made and get real world political experience while still attending college!
The Hawaiʻi State Legislative Internship Program is open to UH West Oʻahu students only. To apply, visit http://uhwocareers.weebly.com/
The Hawaiʻi State Legislative Internship Program is part of the UHWO 21st Century Workforce Internship Program and brought to students by UHWO Career Development and Community Partnership.