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levels of State government. The State officials for
whom Executive Fellows work receive the benefit
of the talent, insight, and creative perspective
brought to the affairs of Stare by these people.

The Commission advises on recruitment, selec-
tion, and placement of Executive Fellows. It ap-
points a selection panel to recommend candidates
from whom the Commission chooses Fellows. Fel-
lows begin their one-year assignments annually on
July 1.
Appointed by the Governor, the Commission
consists of five members from the Maryland busi-
ness community three from departments of State
government, and one from Maryland colleges and
universities. The Governor designates the chairper-
son (Code State Government Article, sec. 9-1306).

Richard C. Snyder, Director

5 Public Square, Room 201
Hagerstown, MD 21740 797-4242

Constitutional Offices & Agencies/165

The Maryland Service Corps was created in
1972 within the Department of Employment and
Social Services (Chapter 354, Acts of 1972). The
Corps became part of the Department of Human
Resources in 1975 (Chapter 382, Acts of 1975). In
1986, the Corps was transferred to the Office on
Volunreerism (Chapter 13, Acts of 1986).

The Corps is a statewide program that provides
stipends to volunteers who serve public and private
nonprofit agencies. By agreements with host agen-
cies, the Corps places volunteers direcdy with coun-
ty departments of social services, health
departments, commissions on aging, community
action programs, and a variety of nonprofit agen-
cies. Through the Office ofVolunceerism, the Corps
also provides technical assistance to agencies in
order to enhance the quality and effectiveness of
volunteer programs in Maryland. This assistance
includes the development and presentation of
workshops and conferences, as well as the develop-
ment and distribution of resource material relating
to special issues and interests in the field of volun-


______________LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR______________

Melvin A. Steinberg, Lieutenant Governor

Marsha Burden, Administrative Assistant
Jacquelinc Weaver, Executive Secretary
A. Frank Carven III, Special Counsel

State House
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-2804

The office of Lieutenant Governor originally was created by the Constitution of 1864 and existed from
1865 to 1868. In 1970, the office was reestablished by a Constitutional amendment ratified by the people,
November 3, 1970 (Chapter 532, Acts of 1970). The second-ranking officer of the Stare, the Lieutenant
Governor is elected for a term of four years by popular vote at the same election at which the Governor
is elected. The Lieutenant Governor's term of office begins on the third Wednesday in January following
election. Eligibility requirements for Lieutenant Governor are the same as those for the Governor. The
Lieutenant Governor performs duties delegated by the Governor (Const., Art. II, sees. 1, 1A, 2).

The Lieutenant Governor succeeds to the office of Governor in the event of a vacancy in that office.
The Lieutenant Governor also serves as Acting Governor when notified in writing by the Governor that
the Governor will be temporarily unable to perform the duties of office (Const., Art. II, sees. 4, 5, 6).

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