To receive periodic email updates about specific internship opportunities, please email Mollie_Moore1@baylor.edu.
Last page update: April 10, 2019
Typically, Congressional Offices will give preference to internship candidates from their State (Senate) or District (House).
To apply to an internship in a Congressional Office, the best place to find the application is on the Member's website. Click here to figure out who represents your home state and district in Congress. Once you have found your Members, search "[Member Name] Washington DC Internship" on Google to find the application page. You should also check The House Vacancy Announcement and Placement Service website and The Senate Employment Bulletin for additional postings.
Students are also highly encouraged to apply to internships in offices outside of those detailed above and should not feel limited to their home offices or those from Texas. Many, many Baylor students have been accepted as interns in offices outside of those parameters!
Another great place to intern on Capitol Hill is with a committee. Please see the list below for several options. If you do not see your desired committee listed, consider checking the Member websites for the committee Chair and Ranking Member, as some committees place interns through these offices.
Caucuses and Conferences in the United States Congress are groups of Members that meet and work together to pursue common leglislative goals. Additional opportunites will be added to this list once they are discovered and posted, but students are highly encouraged to do independent research to locate internships with Caucuses and Conferences that offer them.
Congressional Foundations and Institutes are often non-profit support organizations that maintain close relationships with various caucuses and conferences in Congress or to the institution itself. Several of these organizations place interns in Congressional offices associated with their respective caucus or conferences.