January to mid-March. The application deadline is October 31st.
It is a full-time internship, so the Statehouse website urges each student to work with their academic adviser if they are still in school to stay on a 4-year degree path. Most Indiana colleges and universities offer a full semester of academic credit to students who complete the legislative internship program.
When applying, interns choose one of four concentrations within the internship program: member services, communications, fiscal/policy and computer/technology.
Students interested need to apply before the October 31 deadline. For more detailed information and to apply online, visit www.in.gov/legislative/house_republicans/intern.html. The website provides many informative videos and additional information about each department to assist applicants.