Minnesota Capitol Pathways
Capitol Pathways Is Back for its 4th Year!
With the long-term goal of making our government truly representative of our communities, this paid internship program opens access to the Minnesota State Capitol to the next generation of leaders of color. Through this program, interns will build relationships with established policy leaders, gain exposure to various kinds of careers in government, get real-world experience in career fields they would like to learn more about and build a strong professional resume in the process. This is a spring internship that runs concurrently with Minnesota’s legislative session.
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Meet Cheniqua Johnson, Capitol Pathways alum, who sat down with TPT Almanac’s David Gillette to talk about the connections she’s made and the achievements she’s already accomplished in her young career.
The 4th year of Capitol Pathways, our paid internship program for college students of color and indigenous students has begun! This year, 33 students will be paired with 33 host organizations working in and around the Capitol during the 2019 legislative session.
Do you work in or around the MN legislature? Lobby at the Capitol, do advocacy work or community organizing? Then support students of color and their path to becoming civic leaders in Minnesota by hosting a Capitol Pathways intern for the 2019 legislative session!...
This program is made possible in part by major donors:
The Martha Struthers Farley and Donald C. Farley, Jr. Family Foundation
Otto Bremer Trust
Roy G. and Naomi Harmon Johnston Family Family Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
Sarah Farley and Betty Tisel
Verne C. Johnson Family Foundation
A gift of any amount is valuable and goes directly to support the program. Donate today to support students of color and their path to becoming civic leaders in Minnesota.