Senate Session Assistants Program
The Senate Sessions Assistant Program aims to foster an appreciative understanding of the role of processes, personalities, and problem solving in state government. Through the orientation process, the academic program administered by the Student Program Office, and activities assigned throughout placement, interns become conversant with Senate procedures and resources, and interact with a range of key persons.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
University at Albany matriculated undergraduate students who have junior standing (at least 56 credits) at the start of the internship AND a cumulative average of at least 3.00 are eligible for the program. Students from all academic disciplines are welcome to apply.
INTERNS WILL EARN A STIPEND AND 15 ACADEMIC CREDITS.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF FALL SEMESTER CLASSES IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION, LC 30.
Should you have any questions after you have read the information packet included with the application, you may call (518) 442-3950 or come to Lecture Center 30.
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