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State of Kansas Internship Program
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Why should I choose to be a State of Kansas Intern?
Internships give you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience while performing a valuable public service for the State of Kansas. Learn from state government leaders to meet your own personal and career goals and be a part of this unique and rewarding program!
Interns represent diverse demographics and may include undergraduate and graduate students, high school students, adult learners, transitioning military veterans and those post retirement.
Internship opportunities are available in multiple locations and cities throughout Kansas. Work with professionals from agencies, boards and commissions within the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of state government, elected offices and Kansas Board of Regents institutions.
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About the program
To provide professional development for the next generation’s workforce, recruit top talent and build strong relationships within the community. Assist and inspire students as they prepare for their future roles in a diverse and dynamic society.
A centralized, sustainable program that will allow students to easily identify and apply for internship opportunities across the state, expose them to the value of public service and provide structured support for agencies seeking interns.
Frequently asked questions
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Kansas Department of Administration
Office of Personnel Services | Internship Coordinator
900 SW Jackson, Rm 401-N | Topeka, KS 66612
(785) 368-6496 Desk (non text line)
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The State of Kansas Internship Program is committed to attracting and retaining emerging leaders to keep Kansas a great place to live, work and play now and for the future. It is designed to connect internship candidates with state agencies, boards and commissions to promote professional development within the next generation’s workforce.