Thursday, March 15, 2012

Loop Legislative Internship Program, Applications due 3/30

Please announce the upcoming deadline for the Loop Legislative Internship Program (March 30) in your courses as appropriate.


A PowerPoint slide is available for download at


If there is anything else I can do to help you promote this program or career-related topics in your courses, please feel free to contact me.


Thank you,



Cathy Herren Carr

Director, Alumni and Career Services

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Univ. of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

PO Box 110270, Gainesville, FL  32611

2002 McCarty Hall D ▪

352.392.1963 ▪ Fax: 352.392.8988




Loop Legislative Internship Program

The Loop Legislative Internship Program provides financial assistance for select CALS undergraduate and graduate students completing state or federal legislative internships. Applications and program details are available at


Information on previous recipients and their internships is available at


Minimum Requirements

·         Undergraduate Students: Have completed at least 45 credit hours with the most recent 12 at UF

Graduate Students: Have completed at least 9 graduate credit hours at UF

·         Must be enrolled as a full-time CALS student at the time of application

·         Must be actively seeking or have accepted a legislative internship

·         Minimum 3.00 GPA

·         Good interpersonal and public relations skills

·         Record of campus involvement



The amount of the award is to be determined by the CALS Dean's Office and may vary by the student's internship and location.  Awards may be used for housing, travel and living expenses.  Funds are intended to help defray the costs associated with completing an internship rather than funding an internship in its entirety.


Application Deadline

Deadlines are as follows:


Internship Semester

Application Deadline

Summer 2012

March 30, 2012

Fall 2012

July 13, 2012

Spring 2013

Oct. 31, 2012


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