Job Details

Internship **

Company name

US Congressman William Lacy Clay

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Law Student

Location

Saint Louis, MO

Date Last Verified

Feb 21,2018

Posted on

Jan 03,2018
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Internship The internship provides students and recent college graduates with a first hand look at a Congressional office and the political process. Will process and sort incoming mail. Greet official visitors and answer phones. Conduct legislative research. Attend committee and issue briefings and meetings and report to legislative staff. Assist with constituent services and requests. Assist legislative staff with writing and circulating Dear Colleague letters and getting signatures. Accompany staff to events. Complete data entry. Attend to administrative tasks. Assemble and distribute news clips. Become familiar with the district and its relevant issues. Work closely with staff on other duties as needed. Assist constituents with Congressional Tours. Propose and complete one major project, due by the end of the internship. Familiarity with the 1st Congressional District is helpful. Knowledge of MS Word and Excel is required. An active interest in government and politics is essential.

Additional info

Submit cover letter, resume, and short writing sample.

Company info

Jasmina Hadzic
Intern Coordinator
US Congressman William Lacy Clay
6830 Gravois
Saint Louis, MO 63116
Phone: 314-669-9393
Fax: 314-669-9398

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