Indianapolis, In. — IndianaGovernor Eric Holcomb says applications will be accepted through March 31 for the 2019-2020 Governor’s Fellowship.The Governor’s Fellowship is highly selective and provides a unique experience in Indiana state government by placing fellows in various state agencies on a rotating basis throughout the year.“Our Governor’s Fellows are such a valuable piece to our team,” Gov. Holcomb said. “The wide range of assistance they provide over the course of their fellowship is key to serving Hoosiers in a timely and thorough manner.”The program is open to college graduates who receive their bachelor’s degrees in either the fall 2018 or spring 2019. Fellows are paid, full-time employees who participate in the day-to-day activities of state government.Many Governor’s Fellow participants have gone on to successful careers in both the public and private sector — with some serving at the highest levels of local, state and federal government.The application and submission guidelines can be found online here. To be eligible for consideration, the application and all supporting materials must be postmarked or submitted via email by March 31, 2019.If you have questions about the fellowship, contact Katie Gilson at the Governor’s Office at (317) 232-4567.
In a back and forth match, the Trojans fell to the No. 12 ranked UC Santa Barbara Gauchos in five sets on Wednesday. Gauchos junior Jacob Delson led the way with 22 kills and 4 aces in the 25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 19-25, 15-10 victory. The Trojans now stand at 2-4 overall and 1-2 in the MPSF.For the Trojans, getting another win against a top 25 team would have been a confidence-booster, but they fell just short this time. On the positive side, they once again received solid contributions from several players. Senior Lucas Yoder finished with 17 kills, while freshman Aaron Strange added 14 kills and eight digs. On top of that, senior Andy Benesh had 11 kills (hitting .526) and six blocks and sophomore Matt Douglas had seven digs.The Trojans could grow a lot from this game. Though the final result wasn’t what they were looking for, they fought hard against one of the nation’s top teams and nearly pulled out a win. It was especially important for them to put up a strong effort following a devastating 3-0 loss to CSUN in the previous match.It will be key for the Trojans to continue their physical and consistent play as they take on No. 2 UCLA on Friday at 8 p.m.