Congressional internships offer students a unique opportunity to observe and participate in the workings of the United States Senate. Interns may apply for opportunities in my Washington, DC office as well as in my state offices. DC interns carry out a variety of responsibilities, such as answering calls from constituents, writing constituent correspondence, and giving tours of the U.S. Capitol. They also have the opportunity to write memos and letters, conduct research, and attend committee hearings. State interns answer calls and assist constituents, perform various administrative duties related to casework and outreach efforts, learn about the legislative process, and experience how a Senate state office operates.

If you are interested in pursuing an internship in my office, please complete the online application to submit all of the requested supporting materials, including the following documents:

  • Completed application questionnaire
  • Cover letter
  • Résumé
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation

*Preference will be given to North Carolina students who have completed at least their sophomore year of college.

All required responses and checklist items must be submitted by the following application deadlines:

Summer I Session (May - July): Deadline March 1

Summer II Session (July - August): Deadline March 1

Fall Session (September - December): Deadline June 15

Spring Session (January - May): Deadline October 15

*State offices may accept intern applications outside of the normal timetable. Please contact your office of interest for more information.

*The High Point office is not accepting applications for Spring or Summer.

Thank you for your interest in interning in my office! If you have any questions, please email