The Legislative Service Commission is a nonpartisan agency providing the Ohio General Assembly with drafting, research, budget and fiscal analysis, training, and other services. The Ohio General Assembly, through LSC, has sponsored a legislative fellowship program for over 50 years. LSC sponsors 23 – 24 paid thirteen-month legislative fellowship positions designed to provide college graduates with practical experience in the legislative process. This experience often leads to permanent employment opportunities in the legislature, state government, or related areas. Traditionally, 20 fellows are assigned to work with the majority or minority party caucus in either the House or the Senate, with additional fellows being placed with LSC’s Office of Research and Drafting and Legislative Budget Office and with Ohio Government Telecommunications (OGT)/The Ohio Channel. Fellows assigned to a caucus normally engage in research, constituent services, writing speeches and news releases, and related administrative work. Fellows that work directly with LSC draft legislation, perform legal or fiscal research, monitor sessions of the General Assembly, and attend committee meetings. The fellows assigned to OGT work as production assistants, where they assist in televising legislative sessions and in the production of public service communications.