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Paid Congressional Internships available in DC or Minnesota

From the CCLC Pre-Law Listserv:

PAID Congressional Internship Program next school year: Currently enrolled University of Minnesota undergraduates are eligible to apply for this internship program offered through the Department of Political Science. Interns work closely with the congressional staff in both the Minnesota and Washington, D.C. offices. Students who receive an internship are paid a stipend of approximately $1,200 per month by the congressional office. This internship is available to students in all majors. A total of eight interns will be selected (four will work in Minnesota and four in Washington, D.C.). Applicants must be degree-seeking students on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus. These are full-time, 40-hour per week internships. Students must register for a minimum of 4 credits in the Department of Political Science but may register for up to 13 credits for this internship. Applications will be invited to an on-campus interview on April 10 with a representative from Congressman Ramstad's office. Application materials may be downloaded from the web at http://www.polisci.umn.edu/ugrad/intern.php. The deadline to apply is March 23, 2007 Questions about the internship program may be directed to either Rose Miskowiec, Undergraduate Adviser, (612/624-8517, r-misk@umn.edu) or Professor Paul Soper, Internship Director, (612/626-1002, psoper@umn.edu) in the Department of Political Science