Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 20. Agencies of the Legislature
Section 62. Legislative Internship Program.
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AS 24.20.062. Legislative Internship Program.

A legislative internship program established by the legislative council under AS 24.20.060 (8) shall provide that

(1) the University of Alaska provide academic support and credit to the program;

(2) students enrolled and in good standing at any accredited postsecondary educational institution who have successfully completed at least two years of study are eligible to participate in the program;

(3) interns will be selected by a committee composed of members of the legislature appointed by the legislative council and representatives of the university appointed by the university;

(4) interns will be selected on the basis of their experience and interest in subjects which the legislative council feels are likely to be considered during a legislative session;

(5) legislative interns are entitled to receive academic credit and payment of $30 for each day of participation in the program during the legislative session.

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