Internship Openings

Operations Internship (Washington, D.C.)

Operations Interns work with the operations team to support the Congressman and coordinate operations for a team of 20 in four offices. Interns will work closely with the scheduling team to prepare the Congressman for policy meetings and events. Other responsibilities include maintaining organization and a professional environment, preparing detailed spreadsheets, and preparing briefings for upcoming meetings and events. Applicants must have strong communication and computer skills, acute attention to detail, and the ability to work, at times, with minimal supervision. The ability to multi-task is critical.

Communications Internship (Washington, D.C.)

Communications Interns work with the press team to develop messaging and advance priorities in the court of public opinion. Interns will work closely with the communications team by monitoring breaking news and social media, conducting research for talking points, and drafting posts advancing the Congressman’s message. Interns will assist in drafting daily messaging priorities, provide research assistance, and support communications logistics and digital platforms. Applicants must have strong communication and organizational skills, and be able to meet quick deadlines.

Policy Internship (Washington, D.C.)

Policy Interns work with the legislative team to craft policy and analyze legislation in committees and on the House floor. Interns will work closely with the legislative assistants in conducting research for hearings on the Committee on Homeland Security, and the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Interns will also help staff prepare for and monitor activities on the House Floor. Applicants must have strong research and communication skills, be able to meet deadlines, and have an understanding of federal policy issues .

District Internship (Franklin, TN, Nashville, TN or Clarksville, TN)

District Interns work with the district team to liaise with elected officials and community leaders, and serve constituents across 14 counties. Interns will work closely with the district director and field staff with research and logistical support meetings and events. Interns will also work with the staff from the Tennessee General Assembly, local governments, and civic organizations. Applicants must have strong organization and communications skills, be punctual and flexible, and be able to prioritize tasks in a timely manner.