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In today's job market, experience gives you the edge you need to start your career after college. But the question is how you get that experience when you're still in school or just starting out? Fellowships and internships are a great way to earn real-world and hands-on experience.
The Indiana Secretary of State's office offers a summer fellowship. As a Secretary of State Fellow, you'll be working on meaningful projects for one of Indiana's highest elected officials.
The fellowships are offered to college students, graduate students, and recent college graduates.
Every summer beginning in May, the Office of the Indiana Secretary of State welcomes the opportunity to give bright, young minds hands-on experience in the arena of state government. Summer fellows are able to learn about many aspects of the office by working in each of its four divisions.
The fellowship program includes three months of comprehensive experience in the Secretary of State's office. Duties and responsibilities given to the fellows include special projects and assignments essential to the services provided for Hoosier taxpayers.
Fellows rotate between the four divisions of the Office of the Secretary of State in order to gain experience in as many areas possible. Fellows will work in the Securities, Elections, Auto Dealer Services and Business Services divisions - as well as the Secretary's Statehouse office.
Click here for more information on the Summer Fellowship Program.