Thank you for your interest in serving as a congressional intern in my office. Whether you are considering an internship in my Rogers, Fort Smith, Harrison, or Washington, D.C. office, I am pleased to offer students this unique opportunity to learn more about the federal government and the inner workings of the United States Congress. A congressional internship is a rewarding experience for highly motivated college students and recent graduates who are interested in political science, government, public policy, and business.
As an intern, you will learn about the issues affecting Arkansans and citizens across the nation by corresponding with constituents, assisting my legislative team in researching bills, handling casework, and observing the legislative process firsthand. Not only will this internship program help develop professional skills that will support you for your future career path, but you will also work alongside a team that continually leads from the front. Thank you for considering this opportunity!
Member of Congress
Third District, Arkansas
Below is a general breakdown of each internship session. Please call my Washington or district offices to learn more about specific session dates and deadlines. You may also receive updates by following my press releases and From the Front e-newsletters.
- Fall (August-December)
- Spring (January-May)
- Summer Session I (May-June)
- Summer Session II (July-August)
Applicants must be enrolled in a university and possess proficient writing, research, and critical-thinking skills. This paid summer internship program is offered in two separate sessions, approximately six weeks each. Summer interns are responsible for their expenses, including transportation and lodging costs. Washington, D.C. applications are due by Friday, March 4th at 5:00PM CT/6:00PM ET.
Fall, Winter, and Spring Internships
Paid internships are also offered year-round in my Washington D.C. and district offices. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Those interested in applying are required to submit a current resume, two letters of recommendation, and a one-page essay detailing any experience or skills that you believe would be helpful in a congressional office.
To apply for an internship in my Rogers, Fort Smith, or Harrison office, please fill out the application below and email the completed form with the supporting documents to:
Office Phone: (479)-464-0446
DISTRICT OFFICE INTERNSHIP APPLICATION
To apply for an internship in my Washington, D.C. office, please fill out the application below and email the completed form with the supporting documents to:
Office Phone: (202)-225-4301
WASHINGTON, D.C. INTERNSHIP APPLICATION