Jeff Flake - U.S. Senator ~ Arizona

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To apply for an internship with either Senator Flake's Washington, D.C., Phoenix, or Tucson office, please fill out the form below and print it. Once you have completed the form, please enclose a resume, cover letter, and a two-page writing sample, from work or school, with the application.

Your cover letter should include some of the following: Why you are interested in interning in Senator Flake’s office, your policy interests, the Member’s policy stances that you support, specific qualifications that make you an ideal candidate, what you hope to gain from the experience, how will it help your future career and education, etc.

Please E-MAIL all of the contents of your completed application to internships@flake.senate.gov

Please remember that we must receive all required materials in order to consider your application. After your application materials are reviewed, selected applicants will be contacted by the Intern Coordinator to arrange follow-up interviews. Due to the large volume of applications we receive, it may take several weeks before your application is reviewed.

***We are no longer accepting applications for Spring/Summer 2018 interns in our Washington, D.C. office

College Internship Application

Note: Fields marked with an * are required.

Full-time and part-time internships are available in Arizona and Washington, D.C. during the Winter and Fall semesters, and during two Summer sessions.

Interns will perform a variety of duties, including conducting research for the legislative staff, communicating with constituents, and assisting in the administrative operations of our office. Interns in the Washington, DC office will also assist with tours for visiting constituents and attend briefings and hearings.

Part I: Personal Information

Are you a U.S. citizen?:

Part II: School information

Are you seeking academic credit for your internship?:

Part III: Availability

Office applying for:
I am applying for:

Dates of availability:

Part IV: Skills

Are you fluent in a foreign language?:
Do you have additional computer proficiencies beyond word processing and basic internet researching skills?:

Part V: References

Professional reference:

Personal reference: