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House of Representatives Internships
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. House of Representatives Internships
Internships are typically available in the home district and Washington DC offices. Most internships go to residents of the Congress person's district. Internships are unpaid and require large time commitments. Steps to take when applying for an internship:
DO NOT use mass mailing to obtain these internships. This is ineffective as well as viewed negatively by the various Congressman/Congresswomans’ offices.
U.S. House of Representatives Committee Internships
Obtaining internships with the House Committees can be a difficult process as the number of opportunities is limited. Depending on the Committee and It’s leadership, constituency could play a large part in the process as well as a suitable background. Also note, not all committees have internships suitable for graduate-level students. Internships are generally unpaid and require large time commitments. Steps to take when applying for an internship:
DO NOT use mass mailing to obtain these internships. This is ineffective as well as viewed negatively by the various Committees and Senator's offices.
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