Carl Vinson Institute of Government

The Carl Vinson Institute of Government (CVIOG) is an organization that works closely with officials and employees from state and local governments in Georgia and internationally to help them achieve their missions and improve public service. CVIOG is a unit of the Office of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens, Georgia.

The Vinson Institute offers training programs for public officials and staff, conducts research on a broad range of questions relevant to state and local governments, and provides assistance to help those governments and agencies run more efficiently and effectively.

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... The Vinson Institute engages undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Georgia in its work through a variety of programs ... The Vinson Institute Fellows Program is an undergraduate internship through which students are paired with faculty-mentors and gain real world experience in ... The Vinson Institute also coordinates the Georgia Legislative Intern Program (GLIP), a statewide program that involves undergraduates in the work of the Georgia General ...

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