The Indiana House of Representatives is now accepting intern applications for the 2015 Indiana Legislative Session.
This paid internship gives college students and recent graduates the opportunity to be a part of Indiana’s legislative process by working directly with state representatives to issue press releases, handle constituent work, conduct research for state policy or even work in the IT department.
The House Republican Intern Program takes place at the Indiana Statehouse in downtown Indianapolis.
People interested in the program may consider internships in Member Services, Communications, Technology, Policy and Fiscal areas.
Applications must be submitted by Oct.31.
A more detailed description of each of these internships and the online application can be found on the 2015 Intern Program Page at www.in.gov/legislative/house_republicans/intern.html.
Questions about the program can be directed to Jacob Quinn, Intern Director, at (317) 232-9793 or at [email protected], or to Ali Norman, Communications Intern Director, at (317) 232-9824 or at [email protected]