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The number of BCLIP alumni who continue to participate in parliamentary politics throughout their careers is a testament to the value of the programme.
During a meeting with the BCLIP in Ottawa, he spoke about the honour of the role and the challenges associated with managing a House of 308 members.
Participants in the 2014 BCLIP will have the opportunity to work with and learn from these young legislators.
The 2003 BCLIP had to cope with two interesting dynamics that would influence the Legislative experience.
The second dynamic affecting Intern caucus experiences is a characteristic of British Columbia politics and is likely to be a recurring theme for interns in the BCLIP. As an academic and non-partisan program, Interns were faced with the challenge of entering a highly politicized and partisan caucus assignment.
The third feature of the BCLIP is the academic emphasis of the program.
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