Political Science

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    Department of Political Science

  • President Harrison and CSUN DC Interns, 2013
  • A Conversation with Gov. Michael Dukakis and Gov. Linda Lingle


Students wishing to apply to the Judicial Internship Program must submit the following materials:

1. A completed application form.  The application form can be accessed here: Judicial Internship Application or acquired in the Political Science Department Office, Sierra Hall, Room 210; 

2. An unofficial transcript of all college work, including those from other institutions.  DO NOT USE THE  DPR REPORT;

3. A written statement presenting your reasons for seeking the internship, what you consider to be your major strengths and qualifications for the Program, how your experiences (academic and non-academic), skills, and personality meet the Program’s criteria, and what benefits you feel are likely to result from your participation. THE WRITTEN STATEMENT SHOULD BE TYPED DOUBLE-SPACED AND NOT BE LESS THAN TWO PAGES IN LENGTH.

4. Three copies of the entire application are due in the Political Science Department Office in Room 210 of Sierra Hall by 5:00 p.m. on the date due.