Senator Montgomery honors the CUNY- Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs (CUNY-ETR) and its Director, Anthony Maniscalco, Ph. D. Each fall and spring semester, Senator Montgomery is privileged to host a CUNY student in her district office. The Senator is proud to support the CUNY-ETR Internship Program, which provides students with invaluable experience for students who want to serve their communities, but who do not always know how to get started. The following is a list of the internships offered:
BLACK, PUERTO RICAN, HISPANIC & ASIAN LEGISLATIVE CAUCUS CUNY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Caucus CUNY Scholars Program is a local internship program for students who are interested in the service of the New York State Legislature and allows students to learn about the work performed by the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic & Asian Legislative Caucus as well as the services provided by the New York State Legislature to communities of need in the City of New York.
CUNY WOMEN’S PUBLIC SERVICE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
CUNY Women’s Public Service Internship Program will provide highly qualified individuals the opportunity to learn-by-doing while working in the offices of selected legislators working to benefit women and promote women’s issues in New York.
CUNY WASHINGTON, D.C.
The CUNY Washington, D.C. Internship Program is a highly competitive and intensive program that offers CUNY students the opportunity to work in the offices of U.S. Representatives and Senators, congressional committees, federal agencies, and at a variety of national and international non-governmental organizations.
NEW YORK CITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The New York City Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs provides students with guided and rigorous academic course work to produce a theoretically grounded, yet practical understanding of New York City government and public affairs. Students are placed throughout the five boroughs, in governmental and non-governmental agencies and organizations.
MODEL NYS SENATE SESSION PROJECT
The Model NYS Senate Session Project is an annual leadership development program which culminates with students debating bills on the floor of the NYS Senate chamber in Albany. Participating students are also given the opportunity to compete for scholarship awards.
MODEL NYC COUNCIL
The Model Council Project provides a unique opportunity to develop and enhance leadership skills through experiential education for high school students. The Model Council Project brings CUNY/College Now Program participants from high schools throughout NYC into the Chamber of the New York City Council to debate and vote on public policies that concern all New York City residents.
For more information, visit http://etrinternship.cuny.edu/programs/new-york-city-internships/