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2018 New York State Senate & Assembly Internships

Earn while you learn in Albany! For over 35 years the New York State Assembly and Senate have offered paid internships to four year degree seeking students in any major during the legislative session that begins every January and runs through May. Over 35 Farmingdale students have been awarded and participated in the internship program. Participating students gain valuable experience working in state government and earn up to fifteen credit hours towards their degree while serving in these positions. Session Interns receive a stipend of $5,025 and are in residence in Albany. Students are eligible to receive up to a full semester of academic credit for your internship. Juniors and Seniors are eligible for this internship

Hear about it from our former Intern:
"Working for the NYS Assembly was probably one of the best experiences I've had. I was lucky enough to have worked for Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, an incredible politician, teacher and all around person. I learned an incredible amount of administrative and office skills from this internship and it helped me to grow not only as a student but as worker and also helped me grow as a person. I highly recommend this internship to anyone who has any interest in an administrative style of work or a political experience."-Kristofer Cutrone  

*This Internship is open to students of any major*
*The 2018 Internship Session has started. Please check back for updates!*

  • Stipend of $5,025 for the Spring 2017 Undergraduate Semester.
  • Residence is in Albany 
  • Full Semester of ACADEMIC CREDIT.
  • ALL MAJORS and ALL SCHOOLS are encouraged to apply.
  • Excellent networking and career building opportunity.
  • Applications available now-through the Dean's office. Please inquire!
  • Please note, Students may apply to both the Senate and Assembly Internships.
  • Applications must be submitted by hand through the Dean's office.