State House of Representatives Campaign Internship
For Jay Fant
gain a greater understanding of the democratic process, state politics &
issues, and to gain first-hand campaign experience.
will engage in a variety of activities, and will have varying degrees of
responsibility throughout the campaign. Work will range from:
tasks “the nuts and bolts of the campaign”
on Legislative Issues
and Managing Volunteers
with Social Media
All interns will be required to do at least 150 hrs.
of work to qualify for course credit from the University. Interns will also be
required to write a paper, and give a presentation on a state or local issue to
the campaign team, and the candidate. The research project will help to give
both the student and the campaign a greater understanding of the studied areas.
The program will seek to give a well-rounded campaign experience.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but
all students seeking course credit for the internship are strongly advised to
apply at least two weeks prior to the start of classes, for the semester in
which they plan to participate in the program.
letters of recommendation (One Academic, and one Professional is possible)
Send all application materials; or questions to the
campaign internship director at,