Job Details

Fall Internship **

Company name

US Senator Mike Crapo

Organization Type


Job Type

Law Student


Boise, ID

Date Last Verified

Feb 22,2018

Posted on

Nov 13,2017
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Fall Internship The interns work with staff members on legislative matters, draft constituent correspondence, help in communications operations, attend congressional hearings, and much more. Internships are paid and generally run the length of conventional academic semesters. Some flexibility is allowed for class schedules and other factors. The internships are reserved for students in college, and those in their junior or senior year will be given preference. College graduates will be considered who have been out of school for up to a year. Many come for an internship after graduation to gain valuable experience before entering the workforce or going on to graduate school. Duration: September to December Application Deadline: March 1

Additional info

Submit completed application; cover letter that includes an explanation of why you want to serve as an intern; current copy of college transcript (does not need to be official); current resume; and 3 letters of recommendation.

Company info

Courtney Lehosit
State Intern Coordinator
US Senator Mike Crapo
251 E. Front St.,
Suite 205
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-1776

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