One example of a great success is the Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP).
The Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP), established in 1975, is administered by the Canadian Political Science Association and supported by a financial grant from the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
In addition to providing practical experience with the daily workings of the Ontario Legislature, OLIP provides Interns the opportunity to supplement their university training through regular academic discussions and by writing an academic paper on a topic of their choice.
At the heart of the OLIP program is a commitment to non-partisanship.
OLIP's success is based primarily on the relationship the Canadian Political Science Association and the Ontario Legislative Assembly have established and built over time.
The alumni provide a valuable network of insight and assistance to help interns realize the full potential of their opportunity and to support their exposure to the various careers available to interns after OLIP. The sponsors, private companies and associations, are there to help support the program financially.
As one of the fundamental operating principles of OLIP is to share knowledge from one cohort to the next, two things are guaranteed to occur.
In addition, the BCLIP hosted the Washington State interns, and the Ontario Legislative Internship Programme (OLIP) interns in Victoria.
Accordingly, we were able to learn about presenting academic papers at the Canadian Political Science Association annual conference, which is a programme component unique to the OLIP.
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