Undergraduate students are selected to assist a specific senator or delegate for one week during the regular 60 day session.
Participants are assigned to a legislator who assists in explaining the legislative process. They attend committee meetings and public hearings where legislation and issues are extensively discussed. They sit on the floor during daily sessions surrounded by legislators determining the fate of legislation. They aid legislators with issue research, constituent requests and other legislative tasks.
Number of positions: 51
(25 per week of a two-week period during mid-session of the Legislature)