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Morris K. Udall Native American Congressional Internship Program - (Udall Internship Program) - #85.402

From 15 to 30 days. Late January of each year for receipt of applications; February of each year for selection of interns by Internship Review Committee; and April of each year for announcement of Udall interns.

The Morris K. Udall Foundation will select four or five Native Americans from the academic and professional community to serve as the Internship Review Committee. The Udall Foundation will initially verify the contents of the application packets for completeness and then assemble the information for review by the committee. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of: 1) Interest in and commitment to learning about the federal government; 2) Demonstrated commitment to tribal communities and/or tribal public policy, through contributions to or participation in one or more of the following: campus activities, community or public service, tribal government and cultural activities, research; 3) Desire to use the knowledge gained to support their tribal community and/or Indian Country; 4) Demonstrated leadership, character and integrity. The Review Committee has sole discretion in the selection of the interns.

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