LFUCG Invites Seniors To Take Part In Internship Program

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Updated: 4/10/2013 12:30 pm
The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government is looking for people interested in becoming senior interns.

The free program is open to anyone 50 or older living in Fayette County interested in learning more about local government by talking with decision-makers, participating in class activities, and visiting government buildings including The Division of Community Corrections, Emergency Operations Center, the Division of Police.

The program will be held June 10th-14th and is open to the first 45 eligible applicants. 

If you're interested, you can contact Kristy Stambaugh by calling 859-258-3806 or emailing kstambaug@lexingtonky.gov

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