U.S. House of Representatives

About U.S. House of Representatives

The U.S. House of Representatives is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including marital or parental status), disability, or age. Transportation and all related travel expenses associated with the interview and hiring process must be paid by the applicant. Moving and related relocation expenses are not available. Continued employment with Officers and the Inspector General of the House of Representatives is contingent upon satisfactorily completing a criminal history records check. Employment with the U.S. House of Representatives is at-will.


Student intern

May 2022 - August 2022 Livonia, MI
“I really enjoyed the hands on experience I gained from the research opportunities where I was able to work on cases as well.”

Congressional Intern

May 2022 - July 2022 Washington, DC
“I love how I was doing work that mattered to the permanent staff. I was never doing "busy work" or meaningless projects. The program I interned for provided resources to help us succeed, inside and outside Capitol Hill. I was able to grow personally and professionally as I took on more responsibility and was held to a higher standard. ”
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Questions & Answers

What approach should I take to the interview process for a legislative internship at the U.S. House of Representatives?

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What's a day in the life of a Congressional Intern at U.S. House of Representatives like?

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Does anyone here have experience as a legislative intern for the U.S. House of Representatives? What are some daily responsibilities for this position?

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