The Office of Congressman Glenn Grothman (WI-06) is currently seeking full-time interns for Spring of 2019 in the Washington D.C. office. Ideal candidates will be professional, dependable and possess strong writing and communication skills. Responsibilities include answering phones, constituent correspondence, Capitol tours and other legislative projects. Internships are unpaid, but serve to provide professional and educational value to participants. The office is flexible in allowing interns to attend hearings and briefings, as well as work with Legislative Assistants on issues of their interest. Candidates must be willing to work in a fast-paced environment and be interested in learning more about the legislative process. Wisconsin ties preferred, but not required. Email resumes and availability to email@example.com.
The office of Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) seeks a highly motivated, personable and professional legislative intern for the Spring 2019 session. Tasks include answering the phones, handling incoming and outgoing mail, addressing constituent concerns, attending briefings and supporting legislative staff as needed. Serving as an intern in a Congressional office is an exciting opportunity! Our interns are provided with first hand experiences and gain invaluable insight into the legislative process, the importance of casework and the value of constituent and community outreach. Preferred candidates are current students or recent graduates with strong writing skills, who pay close attention to detail, and digital media expertise. Successful candidates would spend 25-40 hours per week interning in the DC office. Maryland ties a plus. To apply, please send a cover letter, a resume and a list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have further questions, please call the Intern Coordinator at (202)225-4016.
The Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04) is seeking a Spring 2019 press intern to assist with a fast-paced communications operation starting in January 2019. Qualified candidates will have strong writing, editing, event planning, social media, graphic design, and photography skills, and be able to work on tight deadlines. Selected candidate will also be expected to perform standard administrative duties. Intern responsibilities include: Social media content development, Event photography, Compiling press clips, Clipping videos, Creating graphics, Drafting press releases, Answering phones. Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, a 1-3 page writing sample and dates of availability to GwenMoorePress.Moore@mail.house.gov with “Press Internship” in the subject field.
A North Carolina Congresswoman is seeking four to five Spring 2019 interns for a Congressional Internship Program in DC. Interns will have access to the various functions of a congressional office including administration, legislative, and communications. You will have opportunities to learn about the legislative
process, work with constituents, and work with our communications team. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Managing constituency, Answering and logging phone calls, Managing and logging incoming and outgoing mail, Tours and greeting constituents, Policy research and writing, Research various policies both within and out of priorities, Write draft memos for the legislative team, Attend legislative briefings and conduct written reports, Draft tweets, talking points, social media posts, Assist in the creation of flyers, Work closely with Press Fellow and Press Secretary, Other responsibilities as needed. To apply please send a resume, a writing sample, and a list of references to NChousejobs@gmail.com. In the subject line please put the following: “Internship Application for Spring 2019”.
U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ), member of the Ways and Means Committee, seeks spring semester interns for his Washington, DC office. This internship term runs from January through May. Duties include sorting and processing mail, greeting visitors, answering phone calls, attending briefings and hearings, researching legislative issues, leading tours of the Capitol, assisting our press team, and drafting constituent correspondence. Ties to New Jersey are strongly
preferred, but not necessary. Congressman Pascrell has served in Congress for 20 years and serves on the Ways and Means Committee and as the Ranking Member on the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade. He holds a leadership position on the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. This internship is an opportunity to work in a veteran office and learn the ins and outs of Congress. We are very open to interns working in the areas that interest them most and taking on increasing responsibility as the summer progresses. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Christopher Hadad Christopher.Hadad@mail.house.gov). All applications are due by November 30th, 2018.
The office of Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (D-MO) is looking for congressional interns to join our team for the Spring 2019 semester. This is a unique opportunity to gain firsthand experience on what it takes to operate a congressional office. Interns will have access to special events, briefings, and hearings that cover a variety of issues taking place domestically and globally. Interns will work alongside our congressional team assisting with a number of projects that may include research, compiling news clips, guiding tours of the Capitol, drafting reports to be presented to the Congressman, and additional administrative tasks. Successful candidates will have an interest in politics, communications, new media, and should be excellent writers. Interested applicants should email their resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to Herline.Mathieu3@mail.house.gov Please include (Cleaver Internship Spring 2019) in the subject line.
The Office of Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) is currently seeking candidates for an unpaid internship for the 2019 Spring semester in our Washington D.C. office. Applicants must be motivated, professional, dependable, and hold strong communication skills. Primary responsibilities include answering phones, corresponding with constituents, leading U.S. Capitol tours, assisting the legislative staff, attending Congressional hearings, and completing legislative projects in a timely manner. Successful candidates will be personable, flexible, detail-oriented, willing to learn, and proactive. Interns will have the opportunity to learn more about the legislative process and work in a fast-paced congressional office. Texas ties are preferred but not required. Interested applicants should email a resume with the subject line “Spring 2019 Congressional Internship” to Katie Crane at Katie.Crane@mail.house.gov.