Todd Taylor Local Internship Scholarship
The Todd Taylor Local Internship Scholarship was established at the University of Utah to reward highly dedicated interns who embody Todd Taylor’s work ethic, dedication and passion for politics. Taylor passed away in 2012 while serving as the longest-tenured state political party executive director in the nation. He is remembered as “a true renaissance man” with a passion for national and local politics, a near photographic memory, encyclopedic knowledge of Utah politics, a sharp wit, and personal authenticity that is widely missed.
- Must be a U.S. citizen, lawfully present in the U.S., or have graduated from a Utah high school.
- Minimum Cumulative 3.0 GPA
- Undergraduate student at the U of U
- Must be enrolled in a Hinckley internship
- Must be registered for Hinckley credit
For More Info:
If you have specific questions, contact the Hinckley Institute at (801) 581-8501 for additional information.
2017: Hans Liu, Jeffrey Lunt, Mayan Mallah
2016: Nicholas Cockrell, Valeria Jimenez, Madison Mahon, Ellie Fuller, Michaela Lemen, Emma Martin, Christy Berk, Brittany Escalante, Danny McLaughlin
2015: Madeline Sandt, Chloe Cole, Shuktika Maheshwari, Joseph Sorensen
2016: Nicholas Valleria Jimenez, Madison Mahon, Nick Cockrell, Catherine Fuller, Michaela Lemen, Emma Martin
2014: Rachana Keo, Marcus James-Paul Steed, Miguel Trujillo, Sarah Ward, Cree McNulty
2013: Matthew Tucker Stern, Christopher Conrad Rondem, Edwin Alexander Wall, Christianna Charlotte Johnson
2012: Chase Dixon Olson
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics has opened doors to successful careers in the public and private sectors for over 4000 former interns and scholarship winners. Help provide opportunities to current students by giving back to the Hinckley Institute