Sherrill Taking Applications For Summer Internships

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Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ11)  is now accepting applications for internships this summer from undergraduate and graduate college students.

To apply for an internship with Sherrill’s Washingto, D.C. office, please click here. To apply for an internship with her District Office in Parsippany, please click here. Candidates should also email their resume and at least one reference in PDF format to [email protected], with the subject line: Office of Application (DC or District), First Name Last Name. 

The application deadline is Friday, April 1. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Summer internships will be on-site.

Sherrill, who is Verona’s representative to Congress until the redistricting takes effect, says interns will get hands-on experience in the inner workings of the legislative branch. Interns will do research on issues, draft memos and other written documents, assist staff on special projects and congressional programs, direct constituents to appropriate resources, and perform various administrative duties (answering phones, updating databases, etc.).

Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a strong interest in government and public service.

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