Learning by Doing: The Connecticut General Assembly Legislative Internship Program

The Wesleyan Career Center, WesDems, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, and the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship invite you to

Learning by Doing: The Connecticut General Assembly
Legislative Internship Program

Thursday, October 10
12-1 p.m.
PCSE Board Room (Allbritton 022)
Speakers: Mary Cyriac ’02, Jackson Ulrich ’14, and Steve Marcelynas

An information session about this spring 2014 for-credit internship in Hartford and about careers affecting state-level policy change. For students who might consider applying for the internship by the November 1 deadline or those generally interested in learning more about our legislative system.

Lunch provided for those who pre-register by October 9.

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The Connecticut General Assembly Legislative Internship Program provides an educational opportunity outside the traditional academic setting, bringing on college students as legislative aids to acquaint them with both the formal and informal aspects of the legislative process. Interns do bill analysis and tracking, spot and in-depth research, drafting of news releases and speeches, liaison work, constituent casework, and more. Applications for Spring 2014 are due November 1.

Mary Cyriac ’02 is a Policy Analyst in the Senate Democrats’ Office of the Connecticut General Assembly. At Wesleyan, she majored in History, and went on to attend law school. Mary has work at various non-profit organizations, providing free legal services as well as advocating for policy change.

Jackson Ulrich ’14 was a Legislative Intern in Spring 2013. He will talk about his experience in the program.

Steve Marcelynas is Program Director for The Connecticut General Assembly Legislative Internship Program.

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