We’re excited to begin recruiting hosts for the 2022 legislative session!

Capitol Pathways provides access to policymaking and public service to the next generation of leaders who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. With the long-term goal of making Minnesota state government more representative of our diverse communities, our program provides leadership, legislative and career readiness training alongside an immersive hands-on internship experience with organizations doing policy work during the legislative session.

The Citizens League partners with policy organizations around the state of Minnesota — government offices, nonprofits, corporations, and law firms — to provide a rich policy experience to our Capitol Pathways interns. 

If you work in policy in Minnesota, you can be part of this program by hosting an intern for the 2022 legislative session. Accepting applications Oct 4, 2021 — October 30, 2021.

Capitol Pathways opens access to policymaking and public service to the next generation of leaders who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). It is a paid spring internship program for BIPOC students who are currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college or university in Minnesota. With the long-term goal of making Minnesota state government more representative of our diverse communities, our program provides legislative and career readiness training alongside an immersive hands-on internship experience with organizations doing work at or around the Capitol during the legislative session.

> Click here to learn more about our Capitol Pathways program.

Citizens League
400 Robert St N, Suite 1820
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 293-0575