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Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - 11:30am
Mackinac Room, 5th Floor, Anderson House Office Building

Attend this second in a series workshop focused on steps Michigan's state Capitol interns can take to a career in government and public policy.

This workshop is sponsored by the Daniel Rosenthal Internship Program under a partnership between Michigan State University's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research and James Madison College. It is named for the late MSU student Daniel Rosenthal, who so valued his state Capitol internship that his family created the program in his honor.

It will feature Rosenthal awards to outstanding interns (including valuable cash awards) and wind up the annual program with speakers, panelists and networking offering ideas, tips and strategies for turning an internship into a career. Stay tuned for Rosenthal award applications and more about this spring career-building opportunity.