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A Congressional internship is a valuable opportunity for students with an interest in public service to gain hands-on experience and knowledge of the United States Senate. I'm pleased to offer internships in my Washington, D.C. and Hartford, CT offices, as well as press internships in my Washington, D.C. office. We offer full-time (35-40 hours/week) and part-time (15-20 hours/week) internships. Connecticut residents will be given priority.

I am seeking hard-working and detail-oriented college students with outstanding communication and time management skills. An ardent desire to help others is required. Interns will work closely with my staff and constituents to attain a broad understanding of the interaction between citizens and their government. Interns assist my staff with various administrative tasks, including answering phones and sorting mail, and also participate in more substantive activities, including drafting responses to constituent inquiries, conducting legislative research, attending briefings, hearings, meetings, press conferences, and other events, and drafting memos for the staff and me.

Our office is currently reviewing applications for spring 2022 internships in our Hartford and Washington offices. We encourage you to apply using the links below. If you have any questions in the interim please direct them to Srishti Banerjee for Hartford and Jake Ecke for Washington, DC.

Session Dates and Application Deadlines:

Spring Session
(January – May)
Application Deadline: November 5
Summer Sessions
Summer Session I (May to July)
Summer Session II (July to August)
Application Deadline: March 15 

To apply for an internship in my Hartford office, please submit the Hartford online internship application.

To apply for an internship in my Washington, D.C. office, please submit the Washington, D.C. online internship application.

To apply for a communications and social media internship in my Washington, D.C. office, please submit the Washington, D.C. internship application and check “Yes” under the question: “Are you interested in being considered for a press internship?”