A new call is going out for UH West Oʻahu students interested in learning about the state Legislature and elective politics while earning college credits and pay for working at the state capitol.
The Hawaiʻi State Legislative Internship Program provides dynamic, capable, and ambitious UH West Oʻahu students with the unique opportunity to work with legislators during the 2018 Legislative session. Interns will gain valuable insights into elective politics while observing and participating in the legislative decision-making process.
Interns work an average of 40 hours per week assisting a senator or representative from January through May 2018 while earning 12 academic credits. Interns will get paid for work and receive the full cost of spring 2018 tuition. Learn how laws are made and get real world political experience while attending college!
The Hawaiʻi State Legislative Internship Program is open to UH West Oʻahu students only. The application deadline is Monday, October 16.
For more information and to apply, go to: www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/career/uhwo-legislative-internship-program. If you have questions, please contact Ken Inouye at firstname.lastname@example.org.