Internships

Recent Listings

Office of the Governor Fall Intern Office of the Governor
Legislative Intern State Representative Poncho Nevarez
Legislative Intern State Representative James White
Constituent Correspondance Intern Senator Huffines
Legislative Research Internship Project Vote Smart
District Intern Office of Congressman Lloyd Doggett
Executive Internship Americans for Economic Freedom
Legislative Research Internship Project Vote Smart
Industry Association Intern Texas Cable Association
Legislative Internship State Representative Giovanni Capriglione
Intern The Campaign Workshop

Follow this link for a searchable list internships in government offices, political campaigns, and other political opportunities available to students.

Follow this link if you have a political or governmental internship position you are trying to fill.  You will need a description of the position, approximate dates, and contact information.

Welcome

The Texas Politics Project at The University of Texas at Austin provides this public web service for students seeking political and government internships, and for employers seeking to locate student interns. Employers can follow the “Post an Internship” directions to a submission form that enables them to submit an internship to be posted on the website. 

While this web service is designed primarily to help connect UT-Austin students with opportunities in politics and government in Austin, students and political and governmental entities across the state are invited to use the site. All submissions are screened before being approved for posting.

If you are a UT student looking to participate in GOV 374N, the Department of Government's internship course, during the Fall 2014 semester, you can still gain admission to the program if you act during the first week of classes.  For more information about the Government Department Internship Program at the University of Texas at Austin and to find the application form necessary to enroll in the course, visit the Internships link at the UT Department of Government’s website. Dr. James Henson directs the Texas Politics Project and the Government Department Internship Program.