PICS Organization Name
Office of Congressman Ken Buck '81 - Colorado's 4th Congressional District
Washington, District of Columbia
Jonathon Feld '18
Congressman Ken Buck is a Republican from Windsor, representing Colorado's 4th Congressional District. He was first elected to Congress on November 4, 2014, and is currently serving his first term in the United States House of Representatives. Ken serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. He serves on the OGR Subcommittees on Government Operations and the Interior and is a member of the Judiciary Subcommittees on Immigration and Border Security and Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Investigations. Congressman Buck attended Princeton for his undergraduate degree. He feels having an intern from Princeton would be a great asset to our office for the summer term.
This opportunity would allow an intern to gain first hand experience on Capitol Hill with a Congressional Office. During the internship, an intern can expect to learn a great deal about the legislative process and how laws are enacted.
They would also have the opportunity to work with the Congressman's expert staff on legislative issues and enhance their research, writing and profession skills in a fast-paced environment
Intern will assist in performing legislative research, attending briefings and hearings on behalf of staff, processing the mail, data entry, managing the front office, handling constituent calls, leading Capitol Tours for constituent groups, and assisting with social and creative media.
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work cooperatively and courteously with staff
- Good organizational skills
- Responsible, dependable and willing to learn
- Professional demeanor and a team-player attitude
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Meets Certificate Requirement
A background check is run by the House of Representatives
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Every day, I learned about new policy areas and the effects they would have on Coloradans and Americans. Learning about these programs greatly enriched my own educational experience and supplemented my prior thoughts about politics in this country
—Jonathon Feld '18