Opportunities

Internships

***Upcoming Opportunities for Fall 2024***

House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Legislative Intern

The Democratic Staff of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs will be hiring a legislative intern for Fall 2024. Please check back later in the summer for application details.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Conducting legislative research
  • Managing and responding to constituent correspondence
  • Assisting with Committee events
  • Attending briefings and hearings for staff
  • Drafting memos
  • Providing administrative support, including answering calls and delivering correspondence

A strong work ethic, the ability to excel in fast-paced environments, and a willingness to assist wherever needed is a must. 

Qualified candidates will have strong oral and written communications skills, be detail-oriented, and have a desire to help veterans and learn about the Committee and the legislative process. The Committee strongly encourages veterans, minorities, women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ candidates, and HBCU and MSI students to apply. 

This full-time or part-time, in-person, paid position is based in Washington, D.C. 

Application: All candidates are required to complete an online application to be considered. Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter.

 

House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Press/Digital Intern

The Democratic Staff of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs will be hiring a press/digital intern for Fall 2024. Please check back later in the summer for application details. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Compiling and distributing morning press clips
  • Tracking media hits for Committee members
  • Assisting with video shoots
  • Assisting with creating messaging packets and digital toolkits for the caucus
  • Writing first drafts of remarks, press releases, and video scripts
  • Developing social media content
  • Clipping floor and hearing remarks from members 
  • Providing administrative support, including answering calls and delivering correspondence

A strong work ethic, the ability to excel in fast-paced environments, and a willingness to assist wherever needed is a must. 

Qualified candidates will have strong oral and written communications skills, be detail-oriented, and have a desire to help veterans and learn about the Committee and the legislative process. The Committee strongly encourages veterans, minorities, women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ candidates, and HBCU and MSI students to apply. 

This full-time or part-time, in-person, paid position is based in Washington, D.C. 

Application: All candidates are required to complete an online application to be considered. Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter.