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Please note: internship opportunities posted at this site are referenced for your convenience only.   Please contact the agency referred to in the announcement if you have any questions.  Thank you!

Registration for internships that count toward credit for the Master of Public Administration program at Boise State University is subject to approval. Prior to applying for any of the internship opportunities, you must first consult with the Internship Coordinator, Dr. Greg Hill.


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Idaho The Idaho Innocence Project Application Form The Idaho Innocence Project’s mission is to identify, investigate, and pursue claims of actual innocence made by inmates in Idaho and eastern Oregon.The Project is currently seeking several dedicated college students to assist the organization with investigation, litigation, policy advocacy, fundraising, web development, graphic design, and case management. Selected students will have the opportunity to work closely with Project staff and investigators in order to receive a one-of-a-kind view into the criminal justice system and policymaking process in Idaho. For more information and to apply, fill out and send the linked application form, and a copy of your current transcript and resume or CV, to norastaum@boisestate.edu. Open until filled 
Multiple Disability Determination Process https://docs.google.com/a/boisestate.edu/file/d/0B3joetJx3q6gOUE5NlRhNUswbFpWWFlQUWhwenJkbXpCVktR/edit The Disability Determination Process (DDP) Small Grant Program awards $10,000 stipends for graduate-level research on improving disability determination processes. The DDP Small Grant Program is a one-year stipend program that allows graduate students to conduct supervised independent research on improving the efficiency and reducing the complexity of disability determination processes. Policy Research, Inc (PRI) is pleased to announce the fourth round of this federally-funded stipend program. This program is directed by PRI of Delmar, NY, and is funded through a grant (#IDD11000001) from the Social Security Administration. For more information and to apply, please visit http://ddp.policyresearchinc.org. Contact us at ddp@policyresearchinc.org with any questions.  March 1, 2014 
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