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Office of Congressman Tom Malinowski
Congressman Malinowski is the U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 7th congressional district. He currently sits on the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
The Office of Congressman Tom Malinowski (NJ-07) is currently seeking qualified candidates for their internship program in the Washington D.C. office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, answering phones, assist with writing constituent correspondence, Capitol tours, attending Congressional hearings and briefings, assisting legislative staff, and producing press clips. Interns will work closely with legislative staff on interested issue areas (including but not limited to communications, criminal justice, health policy, human rights, and public policy) and assist with the Congressman’s committee work.
|Weekly Stipend||# of Weeks||Required Dates||Start Time||End Time||Housing Provided?||Public Transportation?||Certificate Requirement?||Can be Remote?|
|$500||10||None||9:00 am||5:30 pm||No - resources provided||Yes||No||Unsure|
Required: Ideal candidates will be professional, motivated, dependable, a team player, and be able to show strong written and verbal communication skills.
Preferred: Operations skills
Writing Sample Required?
Yes; 1 page
The Leonard D. Schaeffer Fellows in Government Service Program
This internship is part of the Leonard D. Schaeffer Fellows in Government Service program. LDSF exposes undergraduate students to government work and its impact through 10-week, full-time, high-level internship placements with elected officials and agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. While not all Schaeffer Fellows pursue a career in government, the program creates the opportunity for participants to become engaged citizens and develop an informed view of government service and operations. Schaeffer Fellows are selected from five universities – Harvard University; Princeton University; the University of California, Berkeley; the University of Southern California; and the University of Virginia.
Schaeffer Fellows represent a diversity of backgrounds, political perspectives, and academic disciplines. Common among them is their interest in learning more about public service and the role of government. Schaeffer Fellows interact with government officials and constituents; track legislation; conduct research; draft policy memos and constituent letters; attend meetings, hearings, and events; support program development and implementation; contribute to daily office operations; and develop lasting professional networks with government officials and other interns.