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Immediate position available for a motivated student to gain hands on experience in the Wisconsin legislative and regulatory arena with a prestigious Madison government relations firm. Excellent opportunity to experience the process and politics of state legislation and policy making. Requires excellent communication and writing skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently. Continue reading
The Judge Marilyn Townsend campaign is seeking qualified, motivated student interns.
To apply click here.
Are you looking for a rewarding internship where you can gain real world skills and not just file papers or get coffee? Interested in protecting the right to vote, eradicating student loan debt or working to hold corporations accountable? Or maybe you want to learn more about the role the internet and communications plays in politics? Continue reading
The Consular Fellows Program is a limited non-career appointment of up to five years which directly supports the Department of State’s mission to provide overseas consular services that protect U.S. citizens, ensure U.S. national security, facilitate the entry of legitimate travelers, and foster economic growth. Consular Fellows adjudicate visa applications of foreign citizens seeking to come to the United States to visit, study, and work, and assist U.S. citizens traveling or living abroad. To find out more about becoming a Consular Fellow, sign up for regular updates and apply to the program click here.
The U.S. Department of State offers programs that help students gain experience and insight into our work, as well as a number of fellowships that assist in funding your education and can lead to employment. For more information and to learn about our many student programs and career opportunities visit careers.state.gov. There, you can also register under “Keep Me Informed” to receive updates on open vacancies and other relevant information and receive more information to determine which opportunity is best for you.
United States Representative Mark Pocan is now accepting applications for fall internships in his Madison District Office. Interns in Congressman Pocan’s Madison office are engaged in a variety of activities in an office that focuses on constituent services. Interns will be immersed in the daily operation of a Congressional office. Opportunities are available for interns to focus on a specific area of interest. Continue reading
The Governor’s Office is looking for qualified candidates interested in participating in our internship program. This opportunity will allow interns to obtain hands-on experience by working alongside staff in a professional setting. Possible assignments include communications, policy, operations, scheduling, and constituent services. Our interns play a significant role in ensuring the office runs efficiently and effectively. With your help, we can put the Badger State back to work and make sure that Wisconsin is open for business. Continue reading
The UW-Madison People Program will be holding a Hiring Fair September 9, 2016. They are looking for undergraduate students to tutor elementary, middle school and high school students in the subject areas of Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts and World Languages.
UW Law School invites the community for a Q&A style conversation with Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court of the United States. As part of the annual Kastenmeier lecture series, the University of Wisconsin Law School is honored to host Justice Sonia Sotomayor for an engaging question and answer style conversation. Continue reading
Position Description: Milwaukee State Senator Lena C. Taylor is seeking undergraduate and graduate student interns to work at the State Capitol for a minimum of 8 hours per week during the fall semester. These high energy internships are unpaid but will provide valuable political experience and helpful insight into state government. This is a fast-paced office with a great deal of opportunity to gain real experience in policy-making. Previous interns have worked directly with constituents, researched and helped craft legislation, and staffed the senator in her committees. Continue reading