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State Auditor announces first round of Stay in the ‘Sip Fellowship interns

Photo courtesy of OSA/Twitter.

State Auditor Shad White has announced that his office has successfully recruited the first class of Stay in the ‘Sip Fellows.

The Stay in the ‘Sip Fellowship offers accounting students at Mississippi public universities the chance for their tuition, books, and fees to be paid for. In return, they must work for the Office of the State Auditor for at least two years.

On Wednesday, White went to Twitter to celebrate the inaugural class of 11 individuals.

“We’ve successfully recruited our first round of Stay in the ‘Sip Fellows, my office’s program to keep talented auditors here in the state,” he wrote. “Our fellowship and internship programs are designed to keep our brightest young professionals in Mississippi. Excited to work with them!”

Applications for the spring 2023 session of the Stay in the ‘Sip Fellowship must be submitted by September 1, 2022. To learn more, visit www.stayinthesip.com.

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