Windowless Summer Job at the Capitol Means New Career View for Tulsa Student

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(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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