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Internships in the House of Representatives

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Sean Maloney-18th District

http://seanmaloney.house.gov/services/internships

Washington, DC - In my Washington, DC office, internships run throughout the fall, spring or summer semesters for college students. Although all internships in all offices are unpaid, students gain invaluable work experience. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when not in session. In Washington, interns' responsibilities will vary. They will be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.

New York - In my New York office, interns may be asked to do a variety of things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with media clips. In addition, interns may be assigned to assist in various constituent case work or work on District-based projects of importance. If you would like more information on Congressional Internships—please contact my office.

Carolyn Maloney - 12th District
https://maloney.house.gov/services/for-students/internships

I am always looking for well-motivated and enthusiastic college-aged students to work as interns in either my Washington or Manhattan offices. Interning is an excellent way to learn about Congress, politics, and the legislative process.
Interns in my Washington office are asked to perform a wide range of activities including answering phones, attending legislative hearings and working on special projects for various staff members.
Interns in my Manhattan office often act as a liaison between constituents and government agencies, investigate legal aspects of local issues, and assist my press secretary in placing stories and making calls to arrange press conferences.
Interns should have good writing skills, the flexibility to work in a fast-paced office and a genuine interest in the political system.
Internships are unpaid and usually last between six and twelve weeks, depending on course schedules. Preference is given to residents of the 12th Congressional District. If you are interested in applying for an internship position:
In Washington , please call our office at (202) 225-7944 and ask to speak with the intern coordinator
In Manhattan , please send a resume and cover letter to:
Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney
Attn: Intern Coordinator
1651 3rd Avenue, Suite 311
New York, NY 10128
phone (212)860-0606
The deadline to apply for a Manhattan office summer 2017 internship program is April 6, 2017. All applications submitted after this date will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


Tom Reed - 23rd District
https://reed.house.gov/services/internships

Washington, DC -
In my Washington, D.C. office, internships run throughout the fall, spring or summer semesters for college students. Although all internships in all offices are unpaid, students gain invaluable work experience. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when not in session.
In Washington, DC, interns' responsibilities will vary. They will be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.


New York -
In my New York office, interns may be asked to do a variety of things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with media clips. In addition, interns may be assigned to assist in various constituent case work or work on district-based projects of importance.
 
If you would like more information on Congressional Internships—please contact my office.