Indiana governor's office accepting paid internship applications

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s state government is accepting applications for interns who will be paid to work with state agencies this summer.

Those who are accepted to the Governor’s Public Service Internship Program will be paid $11.30 an hour and will work for one of 27 state agencies.

Interns will spend at least half of their time working on a predetermined project. They will also participate in a lecture series featuring elected office holders and state officials.

Applicants must be actively enrolled in college and have completed at least one year of undergraduate education.

For more information, visit the Indiana State Government website.

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