Legislative Internship

Offered By: 
Rep-Elect John Turner
Job Location: 
Job Description: 
State Representative-Elect John Turner is seeking applicants for a Legislative Intern position at his Capitol office during the 86th Legislative Session (Spring 2019). This internship will offer students the opportunity to advance their interest in public service while providing them with valuable employment experience. Benefits Interns will have many opportunities for professional development and education, including: - Direct participation in the legislative process; - Experience with statewide policymaking; - Networking, exploring future opportunities. and securing employment references; and - Course credit if offered by your school. Responsibilities Interns will be asked to take on the following tasks: - Draft one-pagers and memos on policy issues and legislation; - Draft constituent letters and facilitate constituent correspondence; - Assist with talking points, press releases, and op-eds; - Answering phones and greeting visitors; and - Additional duties assigned as appropriate. Qualifications Strong applicants will have the following skills and qualities: - Currently enrolled in college or university; - Punctuality, an attention to detail, and strong organizational skills; - Strong work ethic and good communication skills; and - A passion for public service and the legislative process.
Application Instructions: 
To Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter stating your interest and course schedule to Luis Soberon at luis.s.soberon@gmail.com. Eligible candidates must be available during regular business hours and willing to commit to a minimum 15 hours per week. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at (409) 893-1397.
Contact Information: 
Luis Soberon Chief of Staff (Incoming) luis.s.soberon@gmail.com 409-893-1397
Type of Internship: 
State Legislature
The House of Representatives is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provisions of service. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you require reasonable accommodations during the application process, please call 463-0865.
Posted By: 
Luis Soberon
Expiration Date: 
Thursday, January 31, 2019