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FOR STUDENTS |ELSIE HILLMAN CIVIC FORUM

Through the Elsie Hillman Civic Forum, the Institute offers a number of fellowship, internship and one day programs for students. Please visit the forum's website for more information at:

elsiehillmanforum.pitt.edu

INSTITUTE INTERNSHIPS

The Institute is currently accepting applications for internal interns, who will work directly with the Institute to develop programs and publications for elected officials and other key stakeholders in southwestern Pennsylvania. Applicants interested in an intership for the summer or fall of 2016 should forward a resume and two writing samples (papers written for class will be fine) to Briana Mihok at bnd2@pitt.edu.

PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES LEGISLATIVE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

This is a 13-week intense Fellowship which places students in either the office of a House Leader or with a Committee Chair in Harrisburg. Interns are paid a monthly stipend and receive academic credit for the Fellowship.

If you are interested in an application and additional information on this exciting, one-of-a-kind internship, contact:

Raymond Whittaker, Programs Coordinator
Bipartisan Management Commitee
PA House of Representatives
Room B-29 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2020
rwhittaker@pabmc.net


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THE CONGRESSIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

This competitive internship, also known as the James G. Fulton & J. Steele Gow Fellowship in Washington, D.C., is sponsored by the Political Fellows Programs of The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Les Aspin Center for Government.

Ms. Deborah Turner
The Pittsburgh Foundation
Five PPG Place, Suite 250
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412)391-5122


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THE JAMES A. FINNEGAN FELLOWSHIP FOUNDATION

The Finnegan Foundation offers a ten-week paid internship in an administrative office of Pennsylvania government.

Application guidelines and information can be obtained by contacting:

Contest Coordinator
The James A. Finnegan Fellowship Foundation
3332 Ridgeway Street
Reading, PA 19605
(610) 929-4582


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CORO CENTER FOR CIVIC LEADERSHIP

Seeking a future in public affairs?
The Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs is a nine-month, full-time, post-graduate experiential leadership training program which introduces diverse, intelligent and driven young public servants to all aspects of the public affairs arena. The curriculum consists of field assignments, site visits, interviews, individual and group projects, and consultancies.

For more information and application guidelines for this program, contact:

Coro Center for Civic Leadership
33 Terminal Way, Suite 429A
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-201-5772
Fax: 412-201-0672

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FOR STUDENTS

Elsie Hillman Civic Forum

Institute Internships

House of Representatives
Legislative Fellowship Program

The Congressional Internship Program

The James A. Finnegan Fellowship Foundation

Coro Center for Civic Leadership

 

   
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