Dependent upon budget availability, the Office of Kansas Attorney General employs a limited number of paid internships. In addition, limited opportunities for unpaid internships during which a student may receive educational credit for their time worked may also be considered.
Our internship program is designed to offer college students (primarily law students) an opportunity to gain practical work experience in their chosen career field. The majority of internship arrangements are short-term, just one or two semesters in length, and the average time spent each week in internship activities is 10 hours, however this can increase or decrease depending on specific situations.
Types of Internships
Internships are generally categorized as:
- Full-time or part-time
- Paid or unpaid
- Credit or non-credit
Benefits to the Student
- Gain a realistic perspective of the working world.
- Obtain marketable work experience.
- Make valuable business contacts.
- In some instances, earn money while still in school.
Benefits to the Agency
- The internship program offer access to a highly-motivated and skilled labor pool.
- Students can offer new and objective viewpoints to stimulate creative problem-solving.
- Student workers are enthusiastic and eager to learn.
Internship Application Instructions
If you would like to be considered for a paid or unpaid internship with our office, please complete our internship application, then submit your resume and cover letter to the address on the right, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.