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As part of her internship as a legislative researcher in UD's Office of Government Relations, Lexi West (MPA '17) assisted in monitoring the status of and conducting research on legislation.
The Legislative Researcher Program, managed by the Institute for Public Administration in partnership with the University of Delaware's Government Relations Office, is an on-campus research scholarship program.
The Undergraduate Legislative Researcher works closely with the Government Relations Office's director and staff to provide direct, nonpartisan legislative monitoring and research assistance.
The program runs from January 2 to June 30, 2020, for a total of 250 hours (according to a schedule based on students academic courseload) with a research scholarship provided in the amount of $2,500.
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The Legislative Researcher is selected through a competitive application submitted
in the fall and an interview-based upon the research, writing, and
personal attributes needed to succeed in UD's Government Relations
To apply, visit the online application. The deadline to apply for the 2020 Legislative Researcher Program is Friday, November 15, 2019.
Ask a faculty or staff member to fill out this recommendation form on your behalf.
For more information about the Legislative Researcher Program, contact Program Manager Lisa Moreland Allred.