The internship program is designed to create a unique opportunity to participate in the legislative process and public service. The purpose of the program is to give interns firsthand knowledge of the way in which a Senate office operates on a daily basis, to observe the legislative process at the federal level and to develop research skills related to public policy. Responsibilities include assisting full-time staff in responding to various constituent r... read more
The candidate will represent the people of the State of Florida, through DCF, advocating for the best interests of Florida’s children in dependency proceedings under Chapter 39, Florida Statutes. Must have a strong interest in advocating for children’s best interests, good academic credentials, strong writing skills, excellent communication skills, a strong interest in courtroom litigation, excellent critical thinking skills, the ability to work independently... read more
The intern will have the opportunity to see how the federal government interacts with local communities. Will be conducting research for staff members, assisting in community outreach, working on special projects, and interacting with constituents seeking assistance from federal agencies.
Deadline : July 1st. read more
Volunteer Internship, Fall
The intern will work with Children's Legal Services. Should have excellent academic grades. 1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls will be considered.
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The intern will handle day-to-day operations: Responsibilities include assisting full-time staff in responding to various constituent requests, updating computer records and drafting general correspondences. Observing the legislative process: Responsibilities include assisting full-time staff in preparing briefing summaries, observing floor proceedings and attending meetings related to specific legislation. Research: Responsibilities include assisting ful...
Housing Management Specialist, GS 05-15
For GS-05: The candidate must have successfully completed a four year course of study leading to a Bachelor's degree OR have 3+ years of general experience that includes one year of experience equivalent to the next lower grade level (GS-04) or pay band in the federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector gathering technical data related to housing activities such as; maintenance, occupancy...
The intern should be a college students, recent college graduates, and others. Responsibilities include assisting full-time staff in responding to various constituent requests, updating computer records and drafting general correspondences. Assisting full-time staff in preparing briefing summaries, observing floor proceedings and attending meetings related to specific legislation. Assisting full-time staff in developing detailed responses to constituent con... read more
The intern will have opportunity to build a robust understanding of the Senate’s role in government by conducting policy research, attending hearings, writing legislative reports, responding to constituent inquiries, and giving tours of the Capitol. Intern duties range from conducting research for staff members, assisting in community outreach, working on special projects, and interacting with constituents seeking assistance from federal agencies.
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Internship Program, Fall
The intern will work in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit - Civil Enforcement. Will get the opportunity to gain practical experience in a legal field and a chance to perform meaningful work toward the completion of their degree. Students enrolled in an accredited ABA law school will be considered. Must be able to intern 20+ hours per week, or for a period as prescribed by the college or school.
Application Deadline: June 12, 2021. read more