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Governor's Office Seeks Intern Candidates

by admin last modified Jul 07, 2015 02:13 PM
The Governor’s Office Internship Program is seeking motivated students for a hands-on experience in the Kansas Department of Corrections, or in several other areas of state government. Your chance to learn the inner workings of state government and to contribute to growing and improving the State of Kansas begins here.
Governor's Office Seeks Intern Candidates

The Governor's Office Interns

The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) works with the Governor’s Office to directly involve interns in real decision-making and policy-shaping experiences, which are designed to best utilize their skills, abilities and interests.
“This was a great experience,” remarked one former participant in the Governor’s Office Internship Program. “It has prepared me for what my career could be like in the future. I enjoyed getting to know the other interns because we are all from different backgrounds and school and are at different levels of our education and can give each other advice. It was a great opportunity for networking and career building.”
Any college junior or senior or any student in a graduate or law school program is eligible. Students interested in an internship with the KDOC, the Governor’s office, or any other state agency, may learn more about the program on the Governor’s Office Internship Program website.

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