Governer's Office Looking for Interns

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The Governor’s Office for Children and Families is looking for Interns for Fall 2013.  Information about the internship, visit:

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Upon submission of their application, qualified students may be selected for an interview with the Governor's Intern Program staff. After the preliminary interview with the Governor's Intern Program staff, the student may be selected for a second round of interviews with a Governor's Office or agency staff member from a department that will best utilize their talents and interests. This process is intended to determine the best possible placement and provides an excellent opportunity for college students to improve their interviewing and job search skills.
Internships in the Fall and Spring semesters last for 18 weeks and 13 weeks in the Summer. The Governor's Intern Program strives to schedule the dates and deadlines for the internships in accordance with the academic schedule of most Georgia colleges, universities and law schools.

Eligibility Requirements:
  • Students meeting the following requirements may be considered for an internship:
  • He/she must be a currently enrolled junior, senior, graduate student, or law student, or no more than one year past graduation.
  • He/she must have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • He/she must be a Georgia resident or attending/attended a Georgia college, university, or law school.
To apply, please submit all of the following via e-mail in Word or PDF format to
  • Your resume 
  • Cover letter
  • List of three professional or academic references
  • Brief writing sample of no more than five pages. This may be a paper or selection from a longer piece written for class, a school newspaper, a press release, etc.

If you are awarded an internship, you will receive an educational stipend. This stipend is paid out to you on a semi-monthly basis during the term of your internship. The amount you receive depends on the number of hours you work per week, the term of your internship, and your academic status.
  • Undergraduate Degree in Progress or Received: 
    • $7.25 per hour
  • Graduate Degree in Progress or Received:
    • $8.00 per hour
  • Law Degree in Progress or Received:
    • $9.00 per hour
  • Fellow
    • $10.00 per hour

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