Law Enforcement Jobs:
U.S. Senate Internships
Massachusetts - Edward Markey
Intern in Senator Markey's Washington D.C. Office
Markey’s Washington, DC Office is no longer accepting applications for
Summer 2017. We are starting to accept applications for Fall 2017
on a rolling basis.
Qualifications: Applicants must be
undergraduate or graduate students and should be responsible
self-starters who possess strong writing, research, and interpersonal
skills. Backgrounds in political science, international relations,
environmental studies, and communications are all desirable but not
required. Massachusetts ties are strongly preferred.
& Credit: Internship opportunities are available on a
full-time or part-time basis and applicants are encouraged to submit
their applications as soon as possible as spaces are filled on a
rolling basis. School credit is possible for all internships if
arranged and approved by the intern’s respective college or university.
Intern Responsibilties Include:
-Assisting the Senator and staff in all areas of the office operation.
-Interacting with and serving Massachusetts constituents
legislative initiatives and drafting replies to constituent inquiries;
attending committee hearings and briefings; and assisting with a
variety of legislative or press projects.
-Handling intake of
new constituent casework issues, contacting federal agencies on behalf
of constituents and relaying responses and completing research projects.
are assigned to work with senior legislative assistants based on issue
interests or expertise. The office seeks interns to work on a
variety of issues, particularly Health Care, Education, Foreign Policy
and Environmental Policy, but we welcome interns of all issue interests
who possess a strong passion for public service.
Interested students should send their resume along with a cover letter to Intern_Markey@markey.senate.gov.
Massachusetts - Elizabeth Warren
and part-time internships are available in Massachusetts and
Washington, D.C. during the Spring and Fall semesters, and during two
summer sessions. Interns will perform a variety of duties, including
conducting research for the legislative staff, communicating with
constituents, and assisting in the administrative operations of our
office. Interns in the Washington, DC office will also assist with
tours for visiting constituents, attend briefings and hearings, and
supporting the press staff. Students who are not receiving
academic credit or outside funding for their internships may be
eligible to receive stipends from our office.
If you are
interested in an internship with our office, please complete the intial
step by completing the form below. To complete the application, a cover
letter, resume, letter of recommendation, and 1-2 page writing sample
must also be submitted to our office at email@example.com.
Colorado - Michael Bennet
office has a competitive internship program for college students,
college graduates, and graduate students in Michael's Washington and
Colorado offices. These structured internships will provide the
opportunity to learn about the role of a Senatorial office while
enabling those who participate to be of service to their community.
apply, you must complete the online application form, which requires
the following: Completed questionnaire, Resume, Letter of
recommendation and Writing sample.
Each candidate is required to commit to at least 16 hours per week.
Offices - Internships in one of Michael's eight Colorado offices are
available for college students, college graduates, and graduate
students. Exemplary college students will be chosen to assist with a
variety of duties including constituent services, community outreach
and special projects. A variety of administrative tasks are required
such as greeting visitors, answering phones, and filing. Internships
are on a voluntary basis; no stipend is provided.
- Internships in Michael's Capitol Hill office are available to college
students, college graduates, and graduate students. The internships
will consist of a combination of legislative and administrative work.
The function of the Washington office is to serve the needs of
Michael's legislative priorities. Interns will have the opportunity to
participate in a host of activities such as assisting with legislative
research, writing responses to constituent inquiries, attending
committee hearings and preparing other briefs on Senate activities.
Various administrative tasks such as greeting guests and appointments,
answering phones, and filing are also part of the internship.
Internships are on a voluntary basis; no stipend is provided.