Windowless Summer Job at the Capitol Means New Career View for Tulsa Student
Filed by KOSU News in State Impact.
August 23, 2012
Office of the State Treasurer
(from left) State Treasurer Ken Miller and summer intern Jordan Albert.
Jordan Albert spent his break from the University of Tulsa in a windowless room on the second floor of the state Capitol. It’s a summer job, but it’s more suit-and-tie than swimsuit-and-suncreen.
Albert is triple-majoring in finance, accounting and economics, but he says spending his summer in state government might have changed his career path.
Kurt Gwartney is the News Director at KGOU, a StateImpact partner and collaborator. This is part No. 3 in our series on summer jobs in Oklahoma.
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