House of Representatives Internship Postings

House of Representatives Internships


Southern Democratic Member of Congress seeks both full-time and part-time
interns for Summer 2019 in the Washington, D.C. office. Responsibilities
include answering phones, researching legislation for the Member and legislative
staff, attending hearings and briefings, running errands, and drafting constituent
correspondence. Applicants should have excellent written and verbal
communication skills, and work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
No drop-ins or phone calls. Please email with the
subject line “Summer 2019- Internship Application” and attach a resume, writing
sample, and include information regarding your full-time or part-time
availability. The office is an equal opportunity employer, and diverse candidates
are encouraged to apply.


The Democratic Staff of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs seeks full or
part-time press interns for Summer 2019. The intern will compile daily press
clips, clip news videos, learn about communications in a Committee office, take
photos and videos of events, and work with staff to draft content for social media
and press channels in addition to office tasks. Other tasks as needed and
depending on the interests of the intern.
Submit a resume and cover letter to Please
include in your cover letter how many days a week you would be available to
intern, your preferred start and end dates, as well as your social media handles.
Indicate in the subject line whether you are applying for a legislative or press
internship. Student veterans preferred, but not required. Press interns must be
available in the mornings.
Internships are unpaid, so interns will be required to be receiving academic credit


Representative Sylvia R. Garcia (TX-29) seeks legislative interns for the
Summer of 2019 in her Washington, D.C. Office. Hill experience is not required,
but ideal candidates will be self-motivated, professional, and willing to work on teams.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, answering phones, corresponding
with constituents, leading U.S. Capitol tours, attending Congressional hearings,
assisting staff, and conducting research. Applicants should submit a resume, and
a policy focused writing sample to with “TX-29
Internship” in the subject line.
Texas ties and Spanish language proficiency are preferred, but not required.
Female, minority, and LGBTQ+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. No
phone calls or drop-ins please.


The Office of Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY-18), member of the
House Intelligence Committee and Chair of the Coast Guard and Maritime
Transportation Subcommittee, is seeking qualified interns for Summer 2019.
Ideal candidates will be highly-motivated, detail-orientated, and show strong
verbal and written communication skills. Daily tasks include, but are not limited
to, answering phones, logging constituent correspondence, greeting visitors,
working on research projects, providing Capitol tours, and attending
Congressional briefings and hearings. Interns will complete administrative,
legislative, and press assignments at the request of staff and the Member. Female,
minority, and LGBTQ+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
The summer internship is scheduled to run through May – August 2019
DEADLINE: EOD APRIL 9th. Interested applicants should complete the congressional internship application
form on our website,


The Office of Congressman Tom Suozzi (NY-03) is currently seeking full or
part-time interns for his Washington, D.C. office for the Summer of 2019.
Applicants should possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
Interns will get to work in a fast-paced environment and learn how a
Congressional office operates. Responsibilities include but are not limited to
answering phones, conducting legislative research, attending briefings/hearings,
leading Capitol tours, assisting with constituent relations, and managing the front
office. The internship gives students the opportunity to interact directly with the
inner workings of Capitol Hill and the legislative process. New York ties are
strongly preferred but not required. Please send your resume and cover letter to with “Internship Application” in the subject


Congresswoman Elaine Luria (D-VA), member of the Armed Services
Committee and the Veterans Affairs Committee seeks interns for her
Washington DC office. Candidates should be motivated, flexible and detailed
oriented with immediate availability. Virginia ties are a plus but not required.
Intern responsibilities include answering constituent phones, leading Capitol
tours, up-keeping mail databases, writing memo’s, and assigned duties from full
time staff. Candidates should be outgoing and possess strong oral and written
communication skills. Please email your resume, cover letter, available start date, and weekly
availability to


The Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04) is seeking highly motivated
interns for Summer 2019 (starting mid-May 2019). Qualified candidates will be
dependable team players capable of excelling in a fast-paced office and will
possess strong writing, editing, verbal communication, and organizational skills.
Experience with research is a plus since there are opportunities to work with
Legislative Assistants on relevant issues. This position’s responsibilities include
serving as a primary contact with constituents, greeting visitors, providing
Capitol Tours, and assisting with projects assigned from other staff members.
These projects often include assisting with data entry or drafting correspondence.
Interns will have the ability to attend Capitol Hill briefings, hearings, and other
informative events that are available. Interns will also have the opportunity to
gain professional and educational experience while learning more about Congress
and the legislative process. Wisconsin ties are a plus.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, short writing sample,
and dates of availability to with “Summer
2019 Internship” in the subject line.


The Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04) is seeking a press intern to
assist with a fast-paced communications operation for Summer 2019 (starting
May 31st, 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 candidates 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, short writing sample,
and dates of availability to with
“Summer 2019 Press Internship” in the subject line. We also recommend, but do
not require, applicants submit 1-3 sample graphics.

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