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The Governor’s Office of Constituent Affairs Internship
The Governor’s Office of Constituent Affairs Internship offers college students paid internship opportunities in the office of the Governor of the state of Illinois. This internship is located in Springfield, Illinois.
Students will have an opportunity to experience first hand state government in action. The Office of Constituent Affairs is responsible for informing citizens of all the services offered by the state. Interns will assist in getting more citizens involved in community activities and programs.
This is an ongoing internship with applications being accepted in the spring, summer and fall. The Governor's Office offers other internships throughout the year. Internships are for college juniors, seniors and graduates.
The Governor's Office of Constituent Affairs (GOCA) fellowship program is also offered for students who have recently graduated from college. The fellowship is a full-time, paid position for one year in the Governor's Office. Fellows will receive pay based on experience along with full state benefits.
The location is usually in ILLINOIS.
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