The Department of Residence Life in University Housing is seeking student leaders for 2018-2019. All of the Program Assistant positions give students great leadership experience while giving students the opportunity to bring your passions, to the job. If you like large scale event planning, have been a part of a Learning Community, value academics and inclusion, or even plan to be a House Fellow one day, these jobs would be perfect for you to gain skills and experiences to help you. These positions are flexible for student schedules and are open to any and all majors. You can find more about each of the positions on our website and other University Housing jobs here: https://www.housing.wisc.edu/jobs/student/
Current Openings: APPLY TODAY
- Residence Life Program Assistants (All Residence Halls)
- Academics & Inclusion Program Assistants (Center for Cultural Enrichment – CCE in Witte Hall)
- Learning Community Program Assistants (Specific to the location of the LC)
- Several other jobs have also been posted if Programming not your interest!
Application Deadline: March 23, 2018
The district office of Congressman Mark Pocan is accepting applicants for their summer internship. Interns are engaged in a variety of activities in a Congressional office that focuses on constituent services. Candidates should possess strong communication skills, be able to work independently and have a positive attitude. Students from all backgrounds and academic majors are welcome to apply. Intern responsibilities include: capturing media clips, answering telephones, taking in and processing constituent letters, drafting correspondence to constituents and other agencies, and researching issues of importance. Opportunities exist for interns to focus on a specific area of interest. Applicants must be able to devote a minimum of 10 hours per week. Internships are unpaid.
The deadline for applications to be a spring intern is April 15th. Interested students can contact staff assistant Anna Young with questions at (608)258-9800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications can be submitted at: https://pocan.house.gov/services/internships
The office for State Rep. Crowley is currently seeking motivated interns for the upcoming (Summer) semester. Interns will assist our capitol office by entering data, answering phones, conducting legislative research in a variety of policy specific areas, becoming familiar with and analyzing legislative proposals and monitoring the day-to-day issues affecting Wisconsin. Strong writing skills, the ability to analyze, and knowledge of progressive issues are required. Rep. Crowley is serving his first term as an elected official and because of this the coming months will be both challenging and exciting. The office seeks individuals with a strong commitment to public service, helping others, and making Wisconsin a better place for all who call it home. Hours are flexible – please call the office (608-266-5580) if you have any questions. If interested please fill out the application form, and send a resume, cover letter, and 1-2 page writing sample with the completed form to email@example.com. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. This is not a paid internship.
Application: Intern for the Office of Rep. David Crowley application (1)
The Tommy G Thompson Center for Public Leadership is hosting a bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform conference April 26th and 27th at the Monona Terrace and need students help! The center is looking for Political Science students who would like to help manage the registration table, check in, hand outpackets/information and answer questions as needed. The conference will include a wide variety of bipartisan guest speakers and academics to lead panels as wel as esteemed individuals and policy makers.
The pay is $12.00/hour, and the time slots are as follows:
- 8-11 (4 people)
- 11-3 (2 people)
- 3-6:45 (3 people)
If you’re interested and would like more information click here. If you want to sign up for a time slot send an email to Olivia firstname.lastname@example.org .
Looking for an on-campus, paid internship starting next fall? The Morgridge Center for Public Service is hiring the following positions for the 2018-19 academic year:
- Badger Volunteers Community Development Intern
- Badger Volunteers Educational Programming Intern
- Badger Volunteers Media Intern
- Community-Based Learning Intern
- Marketing and Communications Intern
- Operations Intern
- Peer Advising Intern
- Social Media Intern
- Special Events Intern
- Transportation Intern
Internships require a commitment of 10 hours per week and pay $10.25 per hour. The deadline for all applications is March 18.
The European Parliament Liaison Office with the US Congress (EPLO) is pleased to announce the launch of its next round of internships aimed at US graduates.Around four interns will be accepted in our Washington DC office from May 1st-July 31st, 2018, with an option to extend the internship for a further two months in the fall at our headquarters in Brussels. We require a CV in Europass format, a personal statement and two letters of recommendation directly sent by faculty members. The deadline to apply is March 15th.
Our internship represents a unique opportunity for students and young professionals with an interest in transatlantic policy. I would be very grateful if you could pass this information on to your relevant student and alumni networks.
From 12-1pm we will host a Coffee Chat (an informal discussion with a topic) with Marie Koko from SuccessWorks & David Wright-Racette from theLaFollette School of Public Affairs about Breaking into Careers & Internships in Politics and Policy. Are you curious about interning at the capitol here or in Washington DC? Have you heard the term “think tank” are really unclear about what that is or what one does there? Have you said to someone “I want to work in policy!” but not been able to articulate exactly what that means or where you might do that? If so, JOIN US! This is an informal chat (no power point!) and you are welcome to bring your lunch.