Senator Warnock is currently accepting applications for full-time internships in his Washington, D.C. office for the Summer semester, which runs from late May to early August. The office offers two six-week summer sessions. Session 1 runs from late May to late June, and Session 2 runs from early July to mid-August. If a student has academic or program requirements that need to be met outside of the six-week session or their availability does not align perfectly, we still encourage your students to apply as we value building a competitive and diverse internship program and office culture. The application will close on March 1, 2024, at 11:59 pm.
The office offers compensation for all interns and is happy to work with school or other program requirements to ensure academic credit can be received if applicable. Candidates must be college students or recent college graduates, and those with Georgia ties are strongly encouraged to apply.
More information about our internship opportunities in Washington, D.C. and Atlanta can be found on our website. Applications must include a cover letter, a resume, a short writing sample, and a list of three references.
The summer 2024 application can be found here.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our DC office at 202-224-3643. Students should direct questions to DCInternships@warnock.senate.gov.
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