COLUMBUS—Senate President Matt Huffman (R-Lima) today announced that the Ohio Legislative Service Commission is accepting applications through April 1, 2022 for the 2023 Legislative and Telecommunications Fellowship Program. The Commission will hire 24 fellows to serve in the Ohio General Assembly for the 2023 calendar year.
“This program is a great opportunity for anyone interested in starting a career in government affairs or public service," said Huffman. "There have been a number of hard working LSC Fellows who have helped in my office that went on to have impressive careers in state and local government. I hope to continue to see young professionals from our community get involved in this next class of fellows.”
Legislative fellows are immersed in the Ohio legislative process by assisting members of the Ohio General Assembly with constituent work, writing press releases, performing legislative research, attending meetings and performing various administrative duties. Telecommunications fellows assist in televising House and Senate proceedings and in preparing educational video productions about the General Assembly and the legislative process.
Fellows receive full state of Ohio employee benefits and are paid $35,000 per year, with the opportunity to earn up to a $2,000 bonus based on length of service in the program.
The legislative fellowship program is open to graduates of all major fields of study who have a genuine interest in learning about state government, and no political experience is required. The telecommunications fellow candidates must have majored or minored in a telecommunications-related field of study or have comparable experience. To be eligible, applicants must have graduated from a four-year college degree program by the December 2022 start date. Persons holding graduate or professional degrees may also apply.
Legislative fellowship application materials must be postmarked by April 1, 2022 to be considered for the program.
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