|105||Co-Chair||Conroy, Theresa W.||http://www.housedems.ct.gov/Conroy||D|
|063||Ranking Member||Case, Jay M.||http://repjaycase.com||R|
|S12||Ranking Member||Kennedy, Ted||http://www.senatedems.ct.gov/Kennedy.php||D|
|138||Member||Giegler, Janice R.||http://repjangiegler.com||R|
|S34||Member||Fasano, Leonard A.||http://www.ctsenaterepublicans.com/home-fasano||R|
|018||Member||Fleischmann, Andrew M.||http://www.housedems.ct.gov/Fleischmann||D|
|S01||Member||Fonfara, John W.||http://www.senatedems.ct.gov/Fonfara.php||D|
|S18||Member||Maynard, Andrew M.||http://www.senatedems.ct.gov/Maynard.php||D|
The Committee for Legislative Staff Internships is a statutorily created Committee whose principal responsibility is the development and administration of Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) interns. The Committee is a bi-partisan body with bi-partisan co-chairs, who alternate between the respective houses, in each successive term. Since 1980, the Committee has retained the services of an administrator to serve as Director.
Recognizing the need to provide educational opportunities not typically available to students in the traditional academic setting, the Connecticut General Assembly has established an internship program to acquaint students with both the formal and informal aspects of the legislative process. Click here to learn more about the Legislative Internship Program.
PLEASE NOTE: Applications for the 2016 Program Year, which runs January-May, are due November 1st. Click here for application instructions and to apply!
Interested applicants are encouraged to explore the “About the Program” and “Intern Job Description” links below, as well as reach out to their on-campus program Advisor using the following link : Faculty/Campus Advisor, for school specific eligibility information, and requirements prior to beginning the application process.
- Legislative Office Building, Room 5150
- Hartford, CT 06106
- (860) 240‑0520