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John Glenn College of Public Affairs’ Paid Ohio Government Internship

Do you want to develop your career in the government sector? If your answer is yes, then Ohio Government Internship is the right break for your career. This is a fall program sponsored by John Glenn College of Public Affairs.

The purpose of this internship is to provide support to students to develop their careers in public service by giving them invaluable opportunities in state and local government. All undergraduate students from any major are eligible to apply for this scheme.

This course involves lots of high-level professional development opportunities and networking sessions. Students will spend their time honing skills, growing professional networks, and making themselves ready for the professional workforce.

John Glenn College of Public Affairs is a public policy and management school of Ohio State University. It was established as a public service, research, and professional development institute in 1998. It provides undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in the public affairs to students. In a ranking survey of U.S. News & World Report in 2018, the college was ranked No. 18 among the 282 public affairs schools nationwide and No. 1 in Ohio.

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Internship Location:

Ohio is the main work station.

Internship Duration:

N/A

Internship Benefits:

All selected interns will be eligible to get these benefits:

  • A stipend of $500
  • High-level professional development opportunities and networking sessions
  • Mentorship from the professionals of the industry
  • Great projects
  • The fast-paced but collaborative environment

Eligibility Requirements:

All undergraduate students are welcome to apply to this program. However, preference will be given to students in their second and third years.

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Eligible Country:

United States

How to Apply:  

The program requires you, candidates, to fill an online application form and upload a resume, a 200-word essay about your interest in an internship at the Statehouse and a class schedule for the semester that you plan to do OGIP.

Application Deadline:

The deadline for the fall semester of OGIP is April 1st.

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