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Although the deadline for you to apply to be a volunteer has passed, assistance is still needed throughout the campus to help organize events and initiatives. If you would like to be member of the Educate '08 team, please let us know by sending us an e-mail.
At many Educate '08 events, there are special receptions for our speakers designed to give Hofstra students one-on-one time with our distinguished guests. Email us to find out more about our student-only opportunities.
Political Séance 101 is a weekly WRHU and podcast magazine about all things Political, jointly produced by students and faculty, including hosts Missi Calderone, Sid Nathan and David Green. Segments include election coverage, prominent guest interviews, "Retail Politics" (a student opinion collage), "Political Horror Story of the Week," "News You Didn't Hear About," and much, much more, all delivered in a savory stew of sharp opinion, sharper humor, and self-congratulatory insight! It's Political Séance 101, where we deliver politics - till it hurts. Be sure to listen frequently, and also very often. Above all, though, be sure to always listen responsibly.
Listen to Political Seance 101 on iTunes U. (You must have iTunes installed to listen.)
Hofstra University’s Political Science Department has been securing semester-long internships for students in our nation’s capital for 35 years. The students receive a hands-on education in real-world government and politics, working for various government departments and agencies.
The student interns in Washington, D.C. for the spring 2008 semester are:
Paul Bernardino, Center for American Progress, Economic Policy Team
Kara Farley, White House Office of Management and Budget, Office of Budget Systems
Christine Lang, Office of Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL), Senate Majority Whip
Christopher Pergola, Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Division
Jon Roth, Senate Judiciary Committee, Democratic Staff
Kayleigh Tompkins, American Federation of Teachers, Organization & Field Services Division
Kayla Walker, Center for American Progress, Campus Progress
Four Hofstra University students will study and work as interns at the two major political party nominating conventions this summer as part of Hofstra’s Educate ’08 initiative, giving them a unique look inside the 2008 presidential selection process. | more |
Students who have an idea for an Educate '08 program or event should work through the Student Educate ‘08 committee by contacting Dr. Jayne Brownell, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and liaison to the Educate '08 steering committee; may contact the Student Government Association (SGA) committee; a student organization funded by the SGA.