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Fellowship Program

Gain professional experience while learning about state government

The Fellowship Program at the Department of Commerce is open to qualified undergraduate and graduate students who have a strong interest in public service and government and have achieved academic excellence. 

Students selected for fellowship opportunities will be receive $14/hour.

“This internship has been a great experience and allowed me to utilize the skills I’ve learned throughout college. I know that the work I do for the International Division is important and I receive constant support and mentorship from my supervising team. I know that upon completion of my internship, I will have developed many skills that prepare me for a career with an international focus.”

Taelyr Blehm – International Business Intern

To Apply:

Interested students should submit their application online. Required documents to support your application include: a cover letter, your resume, your academic transcript and two letters of recommendation.

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