The PA House Fellowship Program was created in 1982 by the BMC Leadership of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as an opportunity for students to be provided with work experience, education, and insight into the people, issues, and politics of the legislative process.
Based in Pennsylvania’s magnificent State Capitol in Harrisburg, the 13-week program places undergraduate juniors and seniors, graduate students, and law school students attending Pennsylvania colleges or universities in the offices of Committee Chairmen or House Leaders. Pennsylvania residents are also eligible to participate in this program if they attend an out-of-state school.
The PA House Fellowship Program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students of any major enrolled in a Pennsylvania college or university with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
March 1st for summer term
May 1st for fall term
October 1st for spring term
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