Internships offer students an opportunity to explore and gain experience in issue areas or professions of interest. Typically, Political Science students begin experimenting with internships in their junior year, once they have mastered coursework that makes them valuable to preferred employers. Using the knowledge and skills gained through classes in the Political Science major, the Public Policy minor, or the Prelaw minor, students carry out applied work to reinforce concepts learned in class, judge if the career direction is in their best interest after graduation, and build professional networks.
Recent internship placement of Political Science students include:
- The New Jersey Governor’s Office
- Assembly/Senate Majority and Minority Offices
- Legislative District Offices
- The Brian Stack Internship in the New Jersey Governor’s Office
- Campus-to-Capitol Mentorship Program
- The Mid-Jersey Chamber of Commerce
- State Public Defenders Office
- Numerous legal offices
- Bloomberg LLC
- River Crossing Strategy Group
- Princeton Public Affairs Group
- Bank of America
- US Department of Justice (Washington Center)
- Fox News (Washington Center)
Political Science students can find internship listings below and through the Career Center. The Washington Center offers a wide variety of internships with important public- and private-sector organizations.
PROCEDURES FOR INDEPENDENT COURSES
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences adjusted the process for independent courses (research, study, and internships) for Winter and Spring 2023. Students do not need to complete the Records & Registration Internship Enrollment form. They must complete the department’s Internship Proposal Form and email their completed forms to Dr. Sarah Chartock, Department Chair and Internship Faculty Coordinator, to receive her approval via email. Students then upload the proposal form along with the email record of Dr. Chartock’s approval (a screenshot or word document) on the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Internship Proposal System for approval by the Dean’s Office.
As these are courses taken for academic credit, paperwork needs to be submitted prior to or during add/drop week at the beginning of the semester to the Dean’s Office. Please see the deadlines below:
Spring 2023: Monday, January 30 by 4:30 pm
The Fund for Students in Unpaid Internships in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, established in 2019 with donations from 139 friends and members of the TCNJ community, provides a stipend of at least $750 for a 1 unit/4 credit HSS internship, for HSS students with financial need who undertake an unpaid mentored internship for academic credit at a site focused on public service and social justice. The eligible course numbers are 398, 399, 487 and 488. Click here for the application requirements and submission details.
We cannot fund retroactive applications. You must apply by the deadlines listed below to be eligible:
Applications for Fall are due August 15.
Applications for Spring are due January 15.
Applications for Summer are due May 15 and June 15.
POL 399/Internship in Public Affairs
This course provides an opportunity for students to integrate theory with practical work experience in public affairs under the supervision of a field supervisor and a TCNJ faculty coordinator. Work settings include but are not limited to the Governor’s Office, legislative offices, state and local governmental agencies, lobbying firms, trade or union organizations, political campaigns and parties, and non-profit organizations. Working towards academic credit provides the best means of integrating in-class learning and internship employment, although some students may opt to complete an internship alone, without seeking academic credit.
The field supervisor is an important participant in the internship experience. At the end of the term, the field supervisor is expected to confirm the number of hours the student worked as an intern and complete an evaluation form assessing the student’s performance. The student will also complete an academic research project, under the supervision of the Faculty Coordinator, on a public policy and/or public administration topic related to the work of the internship.
Students gain academic credit for their internships by finding an appropriate position, enrolling in POL 399, and working with the Internship Faculty Coordinator (Dr. Sarah Chartock, email@example.com) to research and write a substantial paper on their issue area or job. Specific requirements for academic credit vary and are agreed to by the professor, student, and site supervisor at the beginning of the semester. Students enrolling in the course should have junior or senior status and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. Students should normally be enrolled in the political science major or minor, the public policy analysis and management minor, or the law, philosophy, and politics minor, although on occasion the instructor of the internship may allow other students to enroll.
Candidates should find a suitable position that will offer a meaningful opportunity and provide roughly 135 hours of work for the semester (per 1 unit course). The Department mostly approves internships worth a full unit (four credit-hours) yet it may make other arrangements under special circumstances. Students may count no more than 3 units of internship toward a TCNJ degree. Unless the student qualifies for an academic overload, the full unit of POL 399 must be part of the 4.5 unit maximum enrollment load for the semester. If overload approval is needed, please wait to apply for your internship until you have completed the Overload Interest Form and received an email from Dr. Grimm approving your overload. Here is the link to the Overload Interest Form.
The following procedures maximize student enrichment from an internship taken for academic credit.
- The Internship Proposal Form should be completed by the student and supervisor of the internship site before the student meets with the POL 399 Internship Coordinator. Students do not need to complete the Records & Registration Internship Enrollment form. Please enter a start date on your paperwork that is at least 1 week after you submit into the HSS proposal portal. YOUR INTERNSHIP HOURS CANNOT START UNTIL YOU RECEIVE APPROVAL FROM THE DEAN’S OFFICE.
- The student meets with Dr. Sarah Chartock, Department Chair and Internship Faculty Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss their proposal and obtain her signature on the proposal form before the Add/Drop deadline of the semester. (You will be uploading email evidence of approval by the Internship Faculty Coordinator instead of obtaining their signature. Please submit a screenshot or word document.)
- Student uploads the documents on the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Internship Proposal System for approval by the Dean’s Office. You will receive an email from the Dean’s Office when your paperwork is submitted to Records & Registration.
Faculty Internship Coordinator: Professor Sarah Chartock, email@example.com
|New Jersey Board of Public Utilities PAID Internships||The intern experience typically runs from the following dates: Spring: January to May; Summer: June to August; Fall: September to December; for 10-20 hours a week on average, depending on the semester. The internships are designed to provide highly motivated students or recent graduates practical training, work experience, and professional development opportunities that are best suited for those interested in careers in administration, law, regulatory efforts, state and federal policy, and government. Positions are paid and available in the following divisions: Office of Information Technology; Office of Cable Television & Telecommunications; Division of Clean Energy; Division of Reliability and Security; Division of Administration; Division of Energy and Water; Chief of Staff’s Office; Office of Communications; and the Office of State Energy Services.||To qualify, interns must be a New Jersey resident or enrolled in a New Jersey college or university with at least two years of college-level education, be a recent graduate, or a graduate student. Information can be found on the postings attached or on the BPU website: https://nj.gov/bpu/about/employment/.||Applications are due one month before the start of the internship cycle, so if you are applying for a Summer role, your application is due no later than May 1 of the given year. Please include all relevant documentation listed in the “To Apply” section of the respective internship posting.|
|Fall 2023 NJ Legislative Races - Democratic Assembly and Senate Campaign Caucus JOB Openings||Caucus Campaign Director JD
Campaign Finance Director JD
Campaign Field Director JD
Campaign Manager JD
Campaign Field Director JD (1)
Campaign Field Organizer JD
|See job descriptions||Until filled|
|Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression summer internship and scholar program||Summer Internship Program: FIRE offers a 10-week, paid summer internship as part of our effort to educate students about their rights at colleges and universities. This internship gives undergraduates the opportunity to assist FIRE in defending civil liberties on campuses across the country. Campus Scholars Program: FIRE is excited to offer a semester-long, paid, remote program as part of our efforts to educate and empower students on American college and university campuses. This opportunity gives current undergraduates the opportunity to collaborate with FIRE in defending civil liberties on campuses across the country, while also working with our staff to create and build a personal project to promote FIRE’s mission on their own campuses.||Summer Internship Program Information
Campus Scholars Program Information
|The Campus Scholars program application process will open on November 1 and close on Friday, December 30, at 11:59 p.m. (ET). The summer internship application process opens on November 1 and will close on Friday, March 3, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. (ET).|
|JOB: R Street Government Affairs Northeast Region Manager||The R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C. and with regional offices around the country—is seeking a Northeast region manager to join our State Government Affairs team. If you are the right fit, you will report to the director of state government affairs. We are accepting candidates who are based in or near a state capital in the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. In this role, you would serve as the regional ambassador and government relations point person for all of our programs, with an emphasis on integrated harm reduction, criminal justice, property and casualty insurance, and voting reforms. Your typical day could include speaking with collaborators on alternatives to incarceration, educating elected officials on policies that promote less harmful alternatives to combustible cigarettes, drafting an op-ed on free-market principles or testifying before legislative committees on our initiatives. Experience in a state legislature is highly preferred for the second and remote work is fully supported.||More information and to apply, click here.||Until filled.|
|U.S. Senator Cory Booker’s Spring 2023 Internship||Senator Booker is excited to announce his office's Internship Program for the Washington, DC, Newark, NJ, and Camden, NJ offices. Internship responsibilities: State Office duties consist of a broad range of constituent services and community outreach. Assignments include, but are not limited to: Communicate with the public via incoming phone calls, constituent e-mails, and office visits; Process incoming mail, constituent opinions, and correspondence; Accompany staff to local community events; Collaborate on group projects with fellow interns and colleagues; Build spreadsheets, draft memos, and conduct research. In the DC Office, interns may also be expected to: Work with legislative staff on research projects; Draft letters on various policy issue areas; Give Capitol tours; Attend committee hearings and briefings; Assist staff with scheduling items. We are currently only accepting applications for Spring 2023.It is open to students of all majors, priority is given to undergrad New Jersey residents. To be considered, applicants will need to complete the Questionnaire and upload a Resume, Cover Letter, Transcript, and Writing Sample.||Click here for more information and to apply. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.||Spring 2023 Session: November 18, 2022
Summer 2023 Sessions: Spring 2023
Fall 2023 Session: Summer 2023
|NJ Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds-Jackson Internship||Assemblywoman Reynolds-Jackson is looking for an intern in her district office in Trenton. Typical district office internships include: researching answers to constituent inquiries; assisting staff with community outreach events; staying current on notable in-district events, individuals, and organizations; attending events with staff; and general administrative duties. Her office is located near campus: 144 West State St., Trenton, NJ 08608.||Anyone who may be interested should reach out to Ed Gittens at (609) 571-9638 or at email@example.com.||Until filled|
|Our Revolution Trenton Mercer Campaign & General Internships||Our Revolution Trenton Mercer, is seeking bright, energetic individuals to work for our local progressive campaigns. These will most often be ORTM-endorsed candidates, usually Democratic- in some cases, they may be independent or nonpartisan. Internships are unpaid, as we are a fully volunteer organization. More information on the Campaign Internship here. More information on the General Internship here.||Any interested candidate should send a resume and letter of interest to ORTM Chair, Joe Marchica at ORTrentonMercer@gmail.com. Email subject should include "ORTM Campaign Internship".||Rolling basis.|
|Associated Press Elections team remote vote entry operators||The Associated Press Elections team is hiring remote vote entry operators for the 2022 General Election to input vote totals from stringers and websites in counties and cities nationwide. These will be relayed to newspaper, broadcast and internet customers worldwide.
These are paid, work-at-home positions that require certain skills, equipment and time commitment. The AP - GE Recruiting 2022 Flyer
|Email for more information: Staffing Supervisors, AP Elections electionstaffVEC@ap.org|
|Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson Internship||The Office of Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson has a part-time position available in Hamilton, NJ. The position pays $15-20 per hour (depending on experience); 20-25 hrs. per week with flexible hours. The position requires excellent writing and communication skills and interest in the state legislative process, public policy and serving the public. Required to assist in answering phones, responding to emails and various administrative duties. Position is in person. In addition, the office always has internships available throughout the year which are unpaid but can serve to accumulate credits for school. Interns help staff in all aspects of serving constituents in our office and can interact directly with the Assemblyman.||Send to your resume and writing sample to Sharon Shinkle Gardner, Chief of Staff, Office of Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to apply.||Paid position: Oct. 14, 2022
Internships: Rolling basis
|Bucks County, PA Democrats Paid Political Canvassing||Bucks County Democrats are looking for enthusiastic students for a paid political internship knocking doors in Bucks County PA for our list of candidates. Students work 15-25 hours a week for $18/hour. The shifts are from 3-8pm Tuesday-Sunday with two morning shifts that run from 10:00AM-2:00PM Saturday and Sunday.||Contact Cooper Barton at email@example.com or call (310)-663-0542.||Until filled|
|Duane Morris Government Strategies Spring 2023 Internships||Duane Morris Government Strategies (DMGS) is a full-service, bipartisan government relations firm dedicated to finding solutions for our clients when they need to make an impact at the federal, state, and local level. DMGS professionals are experts of governments’ legislative & administrative processes, public policy, & grassroots lobbying initiatives and have years of experience monitoring, drafting, amending, passing, & stopping legislation, public relations & crisis management, coalition building, development finance consulting, grant identification/grant writing, and procurement.
Interns will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of the firm, not limited to but including: Conducting legislative research and analysis; Contributing to the firm's marketing including DMGS efforts on social media and our blog site; Tracking and informing DMGS team members of legislative activity Additional responsibilities as designated by supervisor.
|Interested applicants should submit resumes to Ryan DeMara at Rdemara@dmgs.com.||December 1, 2022|
|Fall 2022 internships with Assemblywoman Vicky Flynn in LD13||The internship is designed to give students exposure to the New Jersey Legislature and the legislative process. Our interns may assist legislative staff members with many functions of the office including legislative research, constituent work, social media planning, drafting and editing written materials, and performing administrative tasks such as data entry, and answering telephones and other interesting tasks. All internships are unpaid positions.||Students must include a resume and cover letter. The cover letter should be a brief intro about the student and their interests. They also will need to include their dates and time of availability. If you have students that are interested in applying for an internship, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.||Until filled|
|Malinowski for Congress Fall Fellow Program||Rep. Malinowski represents New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, which includes parts of Morris, Somerset, Union, Hunterdon, Warren, and Sussex counties. The Congressman is currently Vice Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and is a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure and Homeland Security Committees. Before running for Congress, Tom was the Washington Advocacy Director of Human Rights Watch and went on to become Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, under Secretary of State John Kerry in the Obama Administration. The Malinowski for Congress campaign is seeking motivated students who are ready to join the fight to re-elect Tom. There are in-person, hybrid, and remote opportunities for our Fall Fellowship program.||Questions can be emailed to email@example.com. Application: https://forms.gle/oETUbyWrNFLeq5Wo8||Until filled|
|NJPIRG internships and paid jobs||NJPIRG is a statewide student-run org started 50 years ago in 1972 to make social change. We work on issues like fighting climate change, protecting public health, fighting hunger, and promoting democracy. To turn out the votes, we are hiring part time jobs to work the polls and encourage their peers to cast their votes, and we’re also hiring students for full time paid leadership positions on campus.||Click this link to learn more.||Rolling basis|
|Josh Gottheimer’s Congressional Campaign Internship||The intern program will be a 5-10 hour commitment per week that break down into two or three shifts that consist of knocking doors, phone banking, aiding in canvass launches, helping at events, and distributing signs across the district. This internship will allot students opportunities to meet Josh, ask questions, learn more about the inner workings of a frontline Congressional Campaign, and work with seasoned staff. Josh is a moderate Democrat running in New Jersey’s 5th district. He has been endorsed by Planned Parenthood, the NJEA, and Everytown for Gun Safety.||Email Puja Parikh for more information.||Until filled|
|Monmouth County Republican Committee Internship Opportunity||Learn how to conduct and win political campaigns through voter contact, social media, and voter targeting.||Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.||Rolling basis|
|Burlington County GOP Political Internship||*This is a non-paid internship. College or volunteer credit will be given.* The Burlington County Republican Committee is seeking highly motivated College Interns for the 2022 mid-term election cycle. Interns must work a minimum of 12 hours a week. Hours are flexible. Duties and Responsibilities: Staff campaign events, Perform research, Help train volunteers and build a cohesive team of supporters, Canvass
Make phone calls, Answer Phones, Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Strong time-management skills and work ethic, Skilled in team-based organizing, Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, Ability to adapt quickly and accomplish goals as set forth by the campaign, Results-oriented, dependable, and proactive. Office location: Burlington County Republican Committee, Burlington County, NJ 617 Stokes Road. Medford, NJ 08055
|Applicants can inquire by emailing joshzLD8@gmail.com.||Rolling basis|
|Political campaign, consulting, and government office internships||Click here for internships with employers including U.S. Senator Ed Markey, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, the NYS Democratic Party, State Senator John Mannion, State Senator James Sanders Jr., ten congressional candidates, and many more across the country!||Until filled|
|On the Record Institute Internship||On The Record is a volunteer-based (c)(3) non-profit research watchdog dedicated to encouraging intellectual discourse by providing objective and cited evidence on the comments and behaviors of notable individuals in politics and the media. All internships and volunteer work are remote, available on a rolling basis, and flexible according to the needs, talents, and time constraints of each individual.||Click here for more information and to apply.||Rolling basis|
|The Fund for the Public Interest paid Canvasser and Field Manager positions||The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that runs campaigns for America's leading environmental and social change organizations like Environment America and US PIRG. This summer we will be working with Environment New Jersey to protect the Ocean. Responsibilities: Help the directors launch the campaign and build a team of staff; Build membership and raise money for environmental and social change groups; Educate and engage citizens on pressing issues;-Recruit, train, and manage a team of staff in the office and in the field; Meet with directors each week to evaluate progress and provide input on hiring decisions, goals, and priorities. Apply HERE!||To apply online or learn more, visit: www.summerjobsthatmatter.org.||Until filled|
|Internship with Environment New Jersey||Intern with Environment New Jersey! We’re looking for students who care deeply about the environment and are ready to make a difference now. As an intern you’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win. You’ll work side-by-side with one of our advocates, learning the ropes. And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skills.||Apply today here: https://jobs.environmentamerica.org/internship.html or email Hayley Berliner, Clean Energy Advocate with Environment New Jersey at email@example.com with any questions.||Until filled|
|East Trenton Collaborative Communications Fellow - Paid||The ETC Communications Fellow will support the East Trenton Collaborative’s neighborhood revitalization work by implementing a communications plan that connects residents, partners, and other stakeholders to ETC’s programmatic and strategic goals. This work will include the formation and utilization of effective communications materials on a variety of platforms, including social media, text, email, and print. The ETC Communications Fellow will also assist team members with event planning and execution, data and information management, community center operations, and administrative support. This position is based out of the Trenton office located in 601 N Clinton Avenue, and may require up to 20% travel to partner organizations or to other NJCC’s offices. Click here for the position announcement.||please email your résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org and include “ETC Communications Fellow – Your Name” in the email subject line. Check us out at www.newjerseycommunitycapital.org & www.east-trenton.org!||Until filled|
|Middlesex County Democratic Organization internships||Interns will have a hands-on, front row view of the democratic process, being able to aid in organizing party conventions, meetings, and local elections. As an intern, you will get the opportunity to work on and with political campaigns, organize volunteers, and interface with the public. We at MCDO strive to cultivate a real-world job experience for interns and continuously aid our current and former interns in resume building, interview prep, and professional advancement based on career goals. The office is located at 266 Fernwood Ave in Edison, NJ.||Click here to apply. For more information contact Jennifer Johnson, Operations Director, at email@example.com.||Until filled|
|New Jersey Republican State Committee Internship||The NJGOP is looking for dedicated and responsible interns with an interest in politics and campaigns to join our intern team. As an intern with the NJGOP you will: Explore every aspect of campaigning including communications, data analysis, political operations and fundraising; Assist staff with building and organizing major events and fundraisers around the state; Work with staff on comprehensive research projects; Gain a first-hand experience in New Jersey politics. Applicants must be 18 years old and registered to vote, possess a comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Suite, have strong organizational and interpersonal skills, demonstrate good judgement and attention to detail, and have the ability to work independently and with a team.||Hours are flexible but require 15 hours each week. All internships are unpaid but can offer college credit upon request. Our internship program provides the opportunity to build political relationships across the state and the ability to grow as a political operative in a fun and exciting environment! To apply for an internship with NJGOP and join our intern team, please submit your resume and a brief writing sample to Tyler@NJGOP.org.||Until filled|
|NY State Democratic Committee virtual political volunteers||We are looking for hard-working, motivated candidates in the New York City area (and beyond!) to work directly with our staff; volunteers can expect to gain unique insight into the New York political landscape. This is a substantive opportunity and is not like other volunteer opportunities with political organizations. Below is a list of potential responsibilities a volunteer may be involved in: Assisting with fundraising and donor outreach; Conducting follow up on fundraisers; Assist in digital marketing of the campaign; Preparing briefings for senior staff; Assisting in vetting and compliance; Transcribing campaign events; Researching venues and conducting venue outreach; Helping in various administrative and staffing needs for the campaign; Other responsibilities as needed.||Candidates should have the following qualifications: Knowledge of Excel/Google Sheets and G Suite Environment; Familiarity with NGP, while not required, is a plus; Ability to clean data in excel sheets quickly; Need to work weekends or outside office hours as needed; Must be available between 15-20 hours a week along with the occasional morning, evening, or weekend task as needed; Ability to multitask and perform well in a fast-paced environment. To apply, please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org AND that you are applying for the Summer program. Applicants from all educational backgrounds are welcome. Please note, applications submitted directly to the hiring platform will NOT be reviewed. Please email email@example.com or call 212-725-8825 if you have any questions.||Until filled|
|Research & Program Associate Job Openings at Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law||The Brennan Center is an independent, nonpartisan law and policy organization that works to reform, revitalize, and when necessary, defend our country’s systems of democracy and justice. Our work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving constitutional protections in the fight against terrorism. We are currently hiring a new group of Research and Program Associate RPAs for our Liberty & National Security, Democracy (NY and DC), Justice, and Fellows Programs. This is a fantastic entry-level position for knowledgeable, hard-working, and creative individuals who are committed to strengthening our democracy. We welcome applicants of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and sexual orientations, including people who have been previously incarcerated, and are committed to supporting low-income communities and communities of color particularly affected by social inequities. 1-2 years of work experience in any sector is strongly preferred, including employment while in high school or undergrad.||Click here to apply online.||Rolling basis|
|Fair Ballot Project Internship||This nonprofit, non-partisan project is in collaboration with numerous organizations, both national and state level, to encourage representatives and candidates in New Jersey to support a fair ballot so elections may not be skewed. Interns have the opportunity to work in specific groups (social media, press, candidate, and partner teams, website) that each engage directly to promote education, awareness, and legislative action. The internship will require approximately 5-15 hours each week and will be virtual.||Apply here. Click here for more information about the internship.||Until filled|
|Brian Stack Memorial Internship||Paid internships offered through the Governor's Office of Constituent Relations. Applicants complete an application form and submit a resume and writing sample. You can apply even if you have applied in earlier semesters and were not selected.||Brian Stack Application form and apply here. Contact Dr. Bowen with questions.||Three rounds of applications in the fall, spring and summer.|
|FleishmannHillard Internships||FleishmanHillard is a global communications firm that specializes in public relations, public affairs, marketing communication, social media, and creative content. Their Graduate Development Program is a step above their internship program and is designed to help launch post-college professional careers. Occasionally, qualified undergraduates will be accepted in the the program, normally for summer internships.||If interested, please visit their website for more information.||Rolling Basis
Summer Session: June-August
Fall Session: September-January
Spring Session: February-May
|Helsinki Commission Internship||The Helsinki Commission advances national security and national interests by promoting human rights, military security, and economic cooperation between 57 countries. Interns will assist staff with various administrative duties and attend and report on Congressional hearings. More information at www.csce.gov.||Send a cover letter ans resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org||Rolling basis (positions may be impacted by Covid-19)|
|MBI-Gluckshaw (MBI) Internship||MBI-Gluckshaw (MBI), one of NJ's largest government relations firms, offers a robust internship program during the Fall and Spring semesters. Intern responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Attending legislative committee hearings and voting sessions; conducting legislative research and monitoring; participating in meetings with clients and/or legislators; preparing policy memos, reports, legislative testimonies, and/or presentations; researching potential new clients and issues; and working on client issues as needed. Interns need to work a minimum or 15 hours a week, with flexibility for remote work. More information about MBI available here.||Please email your resume, cover letter, a writing sample, and a schedule to Kayvon Paul at email@example.com||Rolling basis|