Ken Wallentine, Chief of Law Enforcement for the Utah Attorney General’s Office and chair of the Utah Law Enforcement Legislative Committee, (ULELC), is recruiting a legislative intern for the 2014 session. The ULELC is seeking a full-time legislative intern to assist the Committee during the 2014 General Session of the Utah Legislature. The ULELC advocates for the legislative interests of public safety. Intern responsibilities include analyzing and tracking legislation, using WORD to create bill-tracking lists, attending each Monday morning meeting, communications with legislators and staff, communications with law enforcement executives, attending committee hearings, preparing position statements, and staffing the ULELC office at the State Capitol. The ULELC meets every Monday morning, with all executive members and their support staffs attending. Hours are somewhat flexible, but the intern must be “on the hill” most days. Ability to use WORD and communicate effectively through email is critical. The ULELC will cooperate with school internship programs where academic credit is offered.
ULELC internships are paid. The current stipend is $2,400 for the 45 day (30 work days) legislative session for a full time intern. Any interested student may apply. Political science and/or criminal justice majors are preferred. Interested students should contact Ken Wallentine, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-281-1200. Send resumes, current GPA, major, political experience, and work history. Resumes should be submitted by email. Letters of reference are welcome, but not required. State any limitations on hours available for work. Resumes should be submitted by 12-23-13.
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