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Legislature seeks college students for intern positions

PIERRE--The South Dakota Legislature is looking for 22 college or university students to serve as legislative interns for the 2016 legislative session.

PIERRE-The South Dakota Legislature is looking for 22 college or university students to serve as legislative interns for the 2016 legislative session.

The internship positions are open to all college and university students. Applications for the intern positions must be filed with the Legislative Research Council in Pierre by Wednesday.

The Legislative Research Council's internship program is designed so students can achieve a greater understanding of the government process, as well as provide assistance to the legislative branch of government.

Additional information regarding the program can be found at the Legislative Research Council's website, legis.sd.gov/Students_Page/Intern. There are also legislative intern coordinators located on each campus to assist the student applicants.

Interested students may contact the Legislative Research Council, 500 E. Capitol, Pierre, S.D., 57501; (605) 773-3251.

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