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New York State Assembly

Overview

The New York State Assembly, an NCCRS member since 1978, is one of the two houses of the State Legislature whose major function is the consideration of legislation. In 1971, the Assembly established the Intern Committee directed by a bipartisan group of legislators with strong interests in higher education. The Assembly Intern Committee is provided for in the Assembly Rules and is composed of the following legislative leaders: Speaker Pro Tempore, Assistant Speaker, Majority Leader, Deputy Majority Leader, Chair of the Higher Education Committee, Minority Leader, Ranking Member of the Ways and Means Committee, and Ranking Minority Member of the Higher Education Committee. The Committee has a permanent staff which carries on the day-to-day activities of the Session Internship. The Committee appoints two Professors-in-Residence from a college or university in New York State each year to teach the regular courses and supervise the educational aspects of the program. The Session Internship is open to New York State residents matriculated in a college or university degree program as juniors or seniors. Out-of-State residents and international students, with the appropriate documentation, who are similarly matriculated in a college or university degree program in the United States, are also eligible to apply. Applicants may be from any major.

The Assembly Intern Committee has developed the structure of the Session Internship with the support of Assembly Staff, faculty, and college and university administrators.

Titles of all evaluated learning experiences

Source of Official Student Records

Assembly Intern Committee
Legislative Office Building, Room 104A
Albany, NY 12248
United States
Phone: 
518-455-4704

Descriptions and credit recommendations for all evaluated learning experiences

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