Summer Sizzles for Interns in Sacramento Program
New Loveridge Summer Fellowships in Sacramento program opens doors for five UCR students
RIVERSIDE, California – Sacramento may slow down in summer, but the business of government never stops, as five University of California, Riverside students can attest.
Undergraduate students participating in the inaugural Loveridge Summer Fellowships in Sacramento, a 10-week internship program that concludes this month, said the experience opened their eyes to the complexities of government and the impact policy decisions have on individual lives. It also opened doors to career opportunities in public service.
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Malenee Herrera Guzman (California Department of Education)
Sahar Khalil (Office of State Senator Richard Roth)
Debby Marroquin (Institute for Local Government)
Turner F. Stanton (Office of Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom)
Abraham Vivanco (Office of California Secretary of State)
For more information about the 2015 Fellows, please visit: http://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/30962
$2500 summer stipend
Summer fellows will intern for 10 weeks in a major office in Sacramento
Fellows will be encouraged to live in downtown Sacramento. Advice as to location will be provided.
Please fill out application below and send it along with your resume to Cherrie Veriato (firstname.lastname@example.org)
by Wednesday, February 1st, 2017.
If you have any questions or comments, visit, email, or call Professor Loveridge.
Ronald O. Loveridge
Watkins Hall, Room 2217
Office Hours: Wednesday, 1:30-5PM