The Legislative Fellow is a BSCES member who serves as a technical resource at the Massachusetts State House. The Legislative Fellow generally works with the staff of the Joint Committee on Transportation on current issues that can benefit from the input of an engineering professional. Most efforts focus on transportation or environmental initiatives but can vary. A Legislative Fellow has the ability to solve real world problems at the State House that impact the Commonwealth. This highly visible position also provides the participant an opportunity to serve the public while giving back to BSCES and the civil engineering profession. Other benefits include office space at the State House, access to State House News Service, access to state house tours, attendance at legislative conferences, access to the legislative chamber, and the ability to meet and work with our legislators. Legislative Fellows develop a further appreciation of how rules and regulations are developed. The Legislative Fellow receives a stipend from BSCES dependent on time of service.
The application deadline is October 31, 2016 for the Fellowship year beginning in early February 2017 and ending on July 31, 2018, the probable end of the legislature’s formal session in 2018. For more information, visit the BSCES Legislative Fellow page on the BSCES website and see the application process. You may also contact Rich Keenan with further questions at 617/305-4110 or email@example.com.
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