Senator Tom Harkin, (D-IA), Iowa & Washington, DC

Three Internship Postings
Contact Information:
Caitlin Staebell
202.224.3254
http://harkin.senate.gov
Caitlin_staebell@harkin.senate.gov

1. State Offices
Senator Harkin's Office is seeking students to apply for Spring, Summer, or Fall internships in Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Des Moines, Dubuque, and Sioux City.  As an intern with one of the state offices, you would be responsible for assisting staff with administrative, casework and outreach duties.  Administrative duties include checking mail, answering calls, and directing visitors.  Casework duties include assisting Iowans with any questions or concerns they have with a federal agency.

Qualifications:
Senator Harkin's Office is looking for bright, highly motivated young men and women with an interest in public service to apply for an internship.

Application Instructions:
You will need to submit a cover letter, resume, a two to four page writing sample, and two letters of recommendation.  We accept applications on a rolling basis until our deadline.  For more application information, please visit http://harkin.senate.gov.

After all materials are received you may be contacted for an interview.


2. DC Personal Office
Senator Harkin's Office is seeking students to apply for Spring, Summer, or Fall internships.  As an intern with the Personal Office in Washington, DC you would be responsible for assisting staff with administrative and legislative duties.  Administrative duties include checking mail, answering calls, and directing visitors.  Legislative duties include research, attending hearings/briefings, and writing memos for staff.

Qualifications:
Senator Harkin's Office is looking for bright, highly motivated young men and women with an interest in public service to apply for an internship.

Application Instructions:
You will need to submit a cover letter, resume, a two to four page writing sample, and two letters of recommendation.  We accept applications on a rolling basis until our deadline.  For more application information, please visit http://harkin.senate.gov.

After all materials are received you may be contacted for an interview.

3. HELP Committee
The Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee is one of the largest of the Senate, and is seeking students to apply for internships each academic semester: Spring, Summer, and Fall.  As an intern with the committee, you would choose to work with one of our five policy offices: the Health, Education, Labor/Pensions, Disability or Oversight Office.   You would have administrative and legislative duties within your office.  Administrative duties include checking mail, answering calls, and directing visitors.  Legislative duties include research, attending hearings/briefings, and writing memos for staff.

Qualifications:
Senator Harkin's Office is looking for highly motivated young men and women with an interest in public service to apply for an internship.

Application Instructions:
For deadlines and application information, please visit http://harkin.senate.gov.

You will need to submit a cover letter, resume, a two to four page writing sample, and two letters of recommendation.
After all materials are received you may be contacted for an interview.




 

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