About the Georgia Legislative Internship Program
Each spring, more than 30 interns from Georgia’s colleges and universities are chosen to participate in the Georgia Legislative Internship Program (GLIP). This program offers students a unique opportunity to work in and around the Georgia State Capitol during the legislative session. If selected, students are assigned to offices in the Georgia House of Representatives or the Georgia State Senate. Day-to-day tasks may vary based on placement but will likely include legislative tracking, constituent services, media assistance, attendance at committee meetings, completion of bill summaries, and more.
This is a full-time internship open to juniors and seniors of all majors. To be eligible for GLIP, students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and receive course credit for their participation in the program.
As part of the application process, students will be asked to supply an official or unofficial transcript, a two- to five-page essay, a resume, and three to five reference letters. Additional information can be found at the link below.
The Office of Government Relations and the Department of Career Planning and Development are available to assist students throughout the application process and are responsible for the submission of KSU applications to the Director of GLIP.