Watch this video to get an insider’s takes on internships and jobs on Capitol Hill. This panel will feature three Yale College graduates – Katelyn Reanne Asmus (staffer, Senator Joni Erst); Aviva Abusch (staffer, HFAC Subcommittee on the Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism); and Jessica Steffen (intern, Congressman Ron Estes) – and will be moderated by Women in Government ambassador Tanisha Gupta. Get answers to questions you might have about working on Capitol Hill, such as: * How did you find you job/internship? Students often feel that a prior connection is needed to get into government… is this true? * What is your favorite aspect of working on the Hill? What is one thing you would change? * How has this role prepared you for future career opportunities? * What are the main skills that are needed in these roles? What should students highlight in resumes and cover letters to increase the likelihood of getting a position? * Hill internships are often unpaid and jobs are incredibly underpaid. What recommendations do you have for applicants?