The Arizona Department of Gaming Provides three internships available to undergraduate, graduate and law students. The requirements for each internship type varies.
The Arizona Legislative and Government Internship Program
This internship is offered once a year (Spring semester) to students who attend an Arizona Public University (ASU, NAU, UofA ). Interns may serve in various state agencies, the Arizona Legislature, the Arizona Supreme Court and the Governor’s Office. The Arizona Department of Gaming retains one intern from the selection process.
Time Commitment: Full-Time
Requirements: Must attend an Arizona Public University and complete the legislative interview process through the college of attendance.
Work Environment: Hybrid (if selected by the Department)
Term: Legislative interns begin on the first Monday of January. The internship follows the Arizona legislative session and ends on the First Friday of May.
The Arizona Department of Gaming Legal Externship Program
This externship is offered for each semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer) to students who attend an Arizona Public University's Law College. The Arizona Department of Gaming retains 1-3 externs each semester from the selection process.
Time Commitment: In compliance with externship credit hours selected through law college.
Compensation: No, externship course credit only.
Requirements: Must attend an Arizona Public University as a 2L/3L Law Student and complete the interview process through their law college.
Work Environment: Hybrid
Term: Follows law school academic semester schedule.
The Public Service through Gaming Internship Program is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to contribute to the Arizona Department of Gaming’s mission to “ethically and effectively regulate gaming, horse racing, and unarmed combat sports, while ensuring that they are conducted in a socially responsible manner.”
The internship provides students an opportunity to work within a unit of the Arizona Department of Gaming with a focus on honing their skills for future public sector employment. Interns will have the opportunity to shadow every unit within the Department and attend a number of site visits to understand how regulation occurs in the Gaming, Combat Sport, Racing and Sports Betting industries.
This internship is offered for each semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer) to students who attend an Arizona Public or Private University.
Time Commitment: Part-time (20-30hrs). The internship will act in compliance with college credit hours required by your program.
Requirements: Must attend an Arizona Public or Private University as an undergraduate or graduate student.
Work Environment: Hybrid
Term: Follows attended school academic semester schedule.