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The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP)

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Organization 
The State of Wisconsin
Type of opportunity 
Internship

The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program is one of many internship programs offered by the State of Wisconsin. The Division of Personnel Management, Bureau of Merit Selection and Recruitment, administers the SAAIP and provides racial/ethnic minority students, female students, students with disabilities, and veteran students an opportunity to work in a professional work environment within Wisconsin state government. SAAIP is a paid internship which provides students with valuable work experience and training in various branches of state government. Many of the interns have succeeded in obtaining employment in state government as limited term or permanent state employees.
To participate in the 2019 SAAIP, students must be a Wisconsin resident and be attending and enrolled at a two- or four-year college/university or a vocational/technical school program.
Job duties will vary depending on position obtained. To review positions available in the summer of 2019, click here: 2019 SAAIP Positions Available.  You have the option of choosing up to 3 positions.

Applications are considered incomplete if the Student Status Verification Form is not submitted by the deadline, no exceptions.
Due to the nature of each position, agencies may conduct background checks on applicants prior to selection. All persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, and to complete the required employment eligibility form. In order to be considered for an LTE Intern position, you must be a resident of the State of Wisconsin.

Deadline 
Thursday, February 28, 2019