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Telecommunications

Instructions

To be eligible for one of the 23-24 legislative fellowship positions, you must complete at least a bachelor's degree program by December 2014. You must forward to us, in one complete application packet, the following: (1) the application form; (2) a resume; (3) official sealed transcript(s) from each college or university attended (for more than one quarter or semester); (4) two sealed letters of recommendation; and (5) a two- to four-page typewritten personal statement. The deadline is April 1, 2014. Materials postmarked on or before April 1 will be considered on time.

Brief informational tours may be scheduled beginning in January. Tours will be held on most Mondays and Fridays in January through March. To schedule a tour, please contact Stefanie Thurman at 614-644-1326.

To be eligible for one of the two telecommunications fellowship positions, you must complete at least a bachelor's degree program with a telecommunications-related major or minor by December 2014. You must forward to us, in one complete application packet, the following: (1) the application form; (2) a resume; (3) official sealed transcript(s) from each college or university attended (for more than one quarter or semester); (4) two sealed letters of recommendation; (5) a two- to four-page typewritten personal statement; and (6) a 5 minute (maximum) demo reel publicly accessible via web link, with your name and duties related to the project(s) clearly indicated. The deadline is May 31, 2014. Materials postmarked on or before May 31 will be considered on time.

The program is limited to majors or minors in Mass Media Communication, Journalism (Broadcast or Video & Film), Communications/Communications Arts (Electronic Media, Telecommunications, and Radio/Television). A bachelor's degree in another area of study may be acceptable if the applicant has acquired the requisite video production skills. All applicants must have some production experience in one or more of the following: videography, editing, directing, audio, and lighting. To schedule a brief informational tour, contact the fellowship coordinator  directly, between January and May.


If you have questions about the program and/or are in need of an accommodation to participate in the application process, please contact the office listed below.

Ohio Legislative Service Commission

Legislative Fellowship Program

Vern Riffe Center

77 South High Street, Ninth Floor

Columbus, OH 43215-3615

(614) 466-3615


Fellowship Coordinator:
Fellowship@lsc.state.oh.us

The Legislative Service Commission is an equal opportunity employer