Washington, DC Internship
In our Washington office, internships run throughout the Fall, Spring and Summer. Part-time and full-time internships are available. Intern responsibilities will vary; however, some of the tasks will include answering phones, researching legislation for legislative staff, giving tours of the U.S. Capitol, and answering constituent letters. As a result, interns will learn about the legislative process and many other functions of a congressional office.
For more information or if you would like to apply to be an intern in our Washington office, please email your resume and cover letter to Brian.Cusack@mail.house.gov.
Wadsworth Office Internship Process:
- Must be a college or graduate student, working toward a degree
- Submit a resume
- Fill out the application form below
- Include one letter of recommendation
- Writing sample
Working in a congressional office is a unique experience that provides many challenges to interns. Interns in our office will be asked to perform several duties that are an integral part of our success.
- Assist with research & response to constituent mail
- Open and sort constituent mail
- Answer phones and copy documents
- Plan and attend events in the 16th district
*Greater responsibilities will be dependent upon the intern's performance. Interns will not be limited to routine work.
Internships in Congressman Renacci’s office are unpaid. Contact your college advisor to discuss receiving course credit or financial assistance in exchange for your services to our office. All interns are responsible for transportation to and from the district office as well as finding appropriate room and board during their stay. Our office will provide any information that may help in reducing the costs of living.
For more information about an internship in our Wadsworth office, please call (330) 334-0040.