Individual Internship in Political Science – Students work in a political or governmental capacity and meet regularly for faculty consultation and exploration of experiences and conclusions.
Fifth Legislative District
Senator Donald Norcross
Assemblyman Angel Fuentes
Assemblyman Gilbert “Whip” Wilson
Audubon • Camden • Woodbury
Learn about the legislative process, serve the public, and develop valuable skills for your future!
- Research legislation alongside office staff and see how the legislative process develops from bills to laws
- Develop valuable problem solving skills and have a real, positive impact on people’s lives by assisting with casework
- Meet elected officials and local and statewide leaders
Interns are required to complete at least 15 hours a week. Internships are unpaid but the office will work with your institution for credit.
Contact Internship Coordinator Kieran Higgins for more information: (856) 547-4800 or firstname.lastname@example.org