The Tallahassee Internship Program (TIP)
The Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida offers up to 15 internships through the Tallahassee Internship Program each spring to coincide with Florida’s legislative session. Placements include positions within the state legislature, the governor’s office and executive branch agencies, as well as various associations and lobbying organizations.
Since its beginning in 2009, over 160 students have served as interns in Tallahassee.
In addition to their intern duties, students take a course on Florida politics and attend a number of seminars (virtual or in person) featuring major political and policy actors in the state. Students can earn additional academic credit through online courses or an independent study with UF faculty. If the internship is in person, interns are required to live and work in Tallahassee during the full duration of the legislative session. For more information you may visit the Bob Graham Center's website or email Marianne Vernetson at email@example.com
Applications - Apply here!
Applications are open as of September 21 and all academic majors are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates are detail-oriented, self-starters with a passion for public service and the intersection of policy and politics. A minimum of a 3.0 GPA is accepted for this internship.
The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM on Sunday, October 18, 2020. You must complete the application in its entirety for consideration. Download a copy of the full application here.
Virtual interviews will be scheduled for October 22 and 23. Placements will be done in conjunction with selected interns during November and orientation will be held in late November or early December.