ATLANTA—Bailey Jordan decided to do some research on the Georgia Legislative Internship Program (GLIP) and instantly knew it was the program for her.
“I have taken multiple classes that relate to government processes, so my expectation of GLIP was to be able to experience the principles that I have learned firsthand,” said Jordan, an economics major.
She absolutely loves the program thus far, stating that she’s gained so much wisdom not just about the legislative process, but life in general.
Jordan is assigned to the House Creative Arts and Entertainment Committee. As an intern, she makes copies, schedule meetings, handle constituent issues, research bills and does other administrative tasks as assigned.
Jordan is a member of Dance Ensemble at Georgia State University. She also enjoys crafting, sewing and creating art with makeup.
After graduation, she will either pursue a master’s degree in economics or attend law school, where she plans to study corporate law.
Jordan loves the quote, “Smile, it’s contagious.” Her favorite book is “The 19th Wife” by David Ebershoff