In Washington, interns will work in a fast-paced Capitol Hill office, gaining valuable exposure and knowledge of the legislative process and the U.S. Congress. Intern responsibilities include greeting constituents, answering constituent phone calls, opening and sorting mail, guiding Capitol building tours, and assisting staff with administrative tasks. D.C. internships will be approximately 5 weeks for Session One (late May - late June) and Session Two (early July - early August). 

Interns in D.C. also will have the opportunity to:

• Conduct research on various legislative issues
• Assist with mail correspondence
• Attend Capitol Hill briefings, congressional hearings, and press events
• Assist with our communication team edit and write newsletters, blogs, and memos
• Guide constituents on Capitol tours

In Little Rock, interns will work closely with district office staff in various constituent services areas and will have the opportunity to:

• Focus on constituent services
• Assist in answering constituent phone calls
• Assist staff with outreach and special projects as needed

Internships in Little Rock will be for 8 weeks (late May - late July). Interns have a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Social media and other communications experience a plus.

Successful interns will be self-starters, take and listen to direction, and be willing to work both independently and as part of a team. Applicants should have working knowledge of current events and policy topics as well as a willingness to assist with daily office tasks.

Please send a resume, cover letter, and two references to ar02.applications@mail.house.gov to apply. When submitting your application, please indicate which office location and which summer 2024 term you are applying for. 

Hear from the interns:

“Working with Congressman Hill’s office has been an experience that I’ll be eternally grateful for. I was introduced to so many ideas and philosophies about the way our nation’s government works, and I gained a kind of knowledge about those topics that only real-world experience can provide. From running co-sponsor sheets from the Longworth House Office Building to the Cannon House Office Building to networking with high-ranking individuals on the Hill, there has never been a dull moment in his office. I’m so humbled to get the chance to do all of this while serving my hometown. I’ve had the time of my life.”

– Zachary Johnson, Fall 2017

“I have never experience anything that compares to working on Capitol Hill and in Congressman Hill’s office. It’s fast-paced and a new experience every day. The opportunity to meet so many remarkable people in Congress is a chance of lifetime. “

– Blake Abston, Spring 2018

“I absolutely loved my time in Congressman Hill’s office this past summer. The people I met and the experiences I had are memories I will carry with me for the rest of my life. I am especially grateful for the Congressman’s staff who truly took the time to get to know me and mentor me. I look forward to continually following the Congressman and the great work he is doing for the people of Arkansas!”

– Nathan Smith, Summer 2017

“Before starting the internship, I never knew what the Congressman did on a day-to-day basis. This internship showed me how hard he really works for the central Arkansas. I enjoyed interacting with constituents and helping them find a solution. This internship showed me that I really want to work for the government after graduation. The internal workings are complex and I was able to see them firsthand.”

– Brett Dush, Summer 2017

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