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Opportunity for Students: Panetta Internship

The Panetta Institute’s Congressional Internship Program, combines a rigorous two-week academic orientation at the Panetta Institute along with an experiential education as a Panetta Intern in a Washington, D.C. office of a California member of the U.S. House of Representatives.  While serving in our nation’s capital the student also attends weekly seminars.  Upon completion of all requirements, interns earn full-time academic units that will be posted to their university transcripts.  All program costs are covered, including housing, ground transportation, travel to and from Washington, D.C. and a living stipend.  Any academic major may apply; the program is open to qualified students regardless of income.

The program is open to outstanding students in any academic major, subject to the established criteria. Applicants must be a Junior or Senior during AY 2016, a California resident and must be willing to undergo a background check. Interested students should complete this application  by no later than noon on Friday, February 12, 2016.  An interdisciplinary selection team will evaluate applications and interview finalists. The selection committee will forward its recommendation to President Rush, who makes the final selection.

To complete this application students need to submit (via upload) several things. They should be prepared with these documents before beginning the application.

  1. A resume;
  2. A copy of your most recent CI transcript;
  3. A copy of your transcript from any other college or university you have attended;
  4. A statement (one to two pages double-spaced) explaining your interest in the program and your commitment to public and community service;
  5. A scanned copy of a recent class assignment with the professor’s comments and grade.

We also require one letter of recommendation from a CI Faculty member familiar with the student’s work. That letter should be submitted to sean.kelly@csuci.edu by the February 12th deadline.

The documents below provide precise details with which applicants should familiarize themselves.

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Just Announced: SSRIC Social Science Student Symposium

Thursday, May 5, 2015 at San Diego State University
The CSU SSRIC Social Science Student Symposium (S4, pronounced “ess four”) is modeled on professional conferences in the social sciences. The Council invites all undergraduates and graduate students, from all CSU campuses and California community colleges, in all areas of the social sciences, to present their research to their peers.
Individual and group papers are welcome. Participants will make oral presentations of about 15 minutes in length. Lunch will be provided to participants.
The atmosphere of the Symposium is relaxed, and the emphasis is on meeting and sharing with students with similar interests from throughout the CSU.
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