West Virginia graduate students are chosen to assist lawmakers serving in leadership positions of the Senate and the House of Delegates.
Walter Rollins Scholars participate in the lawmaking process by researching relevant issues, assisting in preparation for floor deliberations and monitoring legislative activity under the direction of those in the highest positions of legislative leadership.
Robert W. Burk, Jr. Student Interns assist standing committee chairpersons and other leading senators and delegates. These students receive firsthand knowledge by observing the making of public policy, studying how the legislative structure beats upon the manner in which decisions are made and aiding legislators legislation in their daily work activities.
Number of positions: 6
Rollins Scholars: 2
Burk Interns: 4