Connecticut General Assembly
State Capitol | Hartford, Connecticut | 06106

State Capitol | Hartford, Connecticut | 06106

Connecticut General Assembly
 
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Office of Legislative Research

Employment Opportunities



Research Internship

The Office of Legislative Research is offering a unique opportunity for two (2) internships in their office this summer, starting July 1st and ending August 14th. Those chosen will assist in the specific project areas of: 1) redistricting, and 2) OLR Response Conversions (building research briefs into full reports).

They are seeking to schedule individuals for 10-30 hours, per week, with specific days/times to be coordinated with assigned Supervisor. Minimum qualifications for eligibility include:

  • applicants must be 18 years of age or older;
  • undergraduates in their 3rd or 4th year of college (Junior or Seniors credit-wise), or graduate students;
  • possess a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Those interested, who meet the criteria above, are asked to apply by sending their cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to: Office of Legislative Research, Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Ave, Room 5300, Hartford, CT 06106. Only Hardcopy applications will be accepted. The application deadline is June 12th. Please note, this is an unpaid internship, and any related credit arrangements would have to be worked out independently.

 
 
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