Internships

The internship program in Senator Burr’s Washington office consists of two semester-long sessions in the spring and fall, and three sessions during the summer months. During their time in Washington, D.C. interns participate in a wide array of activities ranging from constituent services and conducting U.S. Capitol tours to legislative research. In addition, interns are encouraged to enjoy the many other activities Washington, D.C. offers. Applicants should be upperclassmen college students from the state of North Carolina studying political science or government. Interns work in Senator Burr’s legislative office.  The nature of the work of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence prevents Senator Burr’s office from placing interns in his committee office. 

We are no longer accepting Fall 2018 applications. To apply for our Spring 2019 program (January 4th – May 10th), please complete the application. Applications and all accompanying materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. on November 9th

You must mail or email two letters of recommendation from someone to whom you are not related to the D.C. office for your application to be considered.

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Internship Details

Internships are offered in the following offices. Please check all offices in which you are available.

If applying for an internship in a NC office what days are you available:

Required Materials

Please mail in or fax two letters of recommendation from someone to whom you are not related to the D.C. office:

Washington, DC

217 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
P: (202) 224-3154

IMPORTANT: completed applications must be received by close of business on the deadline date noted. We cannot guarantee you will be considered for an internship if we receive your application late.