seec: Employment

Elections Public Policy Internship Program

The Commission will not be offering internships at this time.
  {SEEC}  To all Academic Leaders, Undergraduate and Graduate Students:

The State Elections Enforcement Commission is actively seeking qualified law clerks, undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students to participate in our internship program.  This program is designed to allow students to work with staff to design a field practicum level program that will not only meet individual needs, but provide an opportunity to enhance academic, professional, and career development skills while achieving our program and project goals.


Interns will have the opportunity to complete numerous projects, including, but not limited to: conducting research of current and proposed legislation; assist in preparing the department’s legislative package; preparing press releases; monitoring media about the Program; and assisting in the development of our legal research database.  Proper supervision and personalized intern projects provide opportunities for individual interns to gain in-depth knowledge and training in areas that they find personally interesting.  


The Commission offers internships year-round on both a full and part-time basis. This is a non-paid internship; however, the Commission coordinates with academic advisors to ensure that interns achieve their credit goals. 


Interested applicants should forward an Application Form, cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to:
Lisa Nightingale, Elections Officer
State Elections Enforcement Commission
20 Trinity Street, 3rd floor
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone:  860-256-2985 
Fax:  860-256-2981

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