Yes, this is a full-time fellowship that occurs Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.
Yes, fellows receive a bi-weekly stipend.
Students must be undergraduate juniors or seniors in order to participate in the spring or fall semesters; graduate students and/or law school students are able to participate in the summer semester.
Every semester a different number of fellows are selected to participate in the fellowship.
Housing is not provided; a list of possible housing options is provided upon request.
Parking is provided.
Fellows will learn how to draft and present legislation, conduct policy research, construct bill analyses, work on constituent services, and network with those involved in and around State Government.