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Internship Application Process
Secretary of State Brian Kemp is pleased to provide Georgia students the opportunity to intern. through the Office of the Secretary of State's Internship program. This program provides practical work experience that complements academic experience.
Opportunities within this program will allow the student to work in one of 9 functional areas. They include the following:
This learning experience affords the student a view of the inner workings of state government and the Office of Secretary of State. Each intern will have a variety of responsibilities in which he or she will have assigned projects that relate to his or her field of study. Interns also have the opportunity to participate in several group activities that highlight the agency’s functions.
Fall and spring internships are 16 weeks, and the summer internship is 13 weeks. Internship dates coincide with the academic schedules of most Georgia colleges, universities, and law schools.
To be considered for the Office of the Secretary of State Intern Program, interns must meet the following qualifications:
All applicants must submit a completed application packet within the posting period outlined below. Applications outside of the posting period will not be accepted.
Important Dates and Deadlines:
Interested students should submit a completed application packet and return it by the following deadlines:
|Application Due By:
||Internship Start Date:|
|Summer 2017||April 1, 2017||May 18, 2017|
| Fall 2017
||June 30, 2017||August 17, 2017|
To start the process, please download an application packet
Applications must include:
Applications can be faxed to 404-651-9530, or mailed to 2 MLK Jr. Dr. S.E. West Tower, Suite 820, Atlanta, Georgia 30334, and must be received by the due date. Late applications will not be accepted.
Please feel free to contact our HR office if you have any questions regarding an internship with the Office of Secretary of State
Contact: John Jurkiewicz - 404-657-6960 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org