Administrative and Legislative Research Intern

Offered By: 
State Representative Ed Thompson
Job Location: 
Job Location (Other): 
Texas State Capitol
Job Description: 
The Administrative and Legislative Research Intern position is a support staff position in the office of State Representative Ed Thompson (Pearland.) The position is available immediately and does not have a specific end date. Qualified candidates should expect to spend approximately 15 hours a week handling constituent casework and legislative research. Topics include standardized testing, higher education finance, public safety, transportation, and other issues. Duties: Legislative Research Attend Legislative Briefings & Other Informative Events Greet Office Guests Answer phones / Emails / Clerical Constituent Correspondence / Casework Letters / Recommendations / Congratulatory Writing Skills/Qualities: Dependable & Hardworking Strong Organizational & Time Management Skills Proficient in Microsoft Office Advanced Writing Skills Research Ability Strong Interest in the Legislative Process Professional Appearance Required
Application Instructions: 
Send a short cover statement and resume to
Contact Information: 
Chief of Staff Benjamin Williams (512) 463-0707
Type of Internship: 
State Legislature
Compensation: This is an unpaid position. It is an excellent starting point for a full-time position in our office, if there is mutual interest. Interns are treated with respect and rewarded with added responsibilities and appreciation.
Posted By: 
Benjamin Williams
Expiration Date: 
Saturday, July 2, 2022