Due to COVID-19, the internship program for Congressman Larson's office will be postponed until further notice.
Washington D.C. Office
Interns in Congressman Larson's Washington D.C. office will learn vital professional skills while enhancing their knowledge of the legislative process. Roles and responsibilities for an intern include but are not limited to:
- Assisting in legislative research for the Congressman, staff, and constituents
- Helping with data entry of constituent letters
- Attending briefings for staff members and writing a summary memo to the appropriate staffer and the Congressman regarding the briefing
- Assisting in answering constituent mail, which includes research and letter writing
- Helping process Flag and Tour Requests
Priority will be given to college students who are majoring in areas related to government and communications and who are from the First District.
There are three sessions for internships in the Washington, D.C. office:
Spring: January – May
Summer: June – August
Fall: September – December
If you are interested in an internship, please send a resume, cover letter, short writing sample, and preferred session along with your expected start and end date to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Hartford District Office
Internship applicants in Congressman Larson's Hartford District must be outgoing, responsible and have the ability to assist Congressional staffers with a variety of tasks including:
- Assisting District Office staff with constituent casework
- Research Legislative and District related issues
- Assisting in writing letters to constituents and to federal, State, and Municipal government agencies
- Assisting staff in district events planning and implementation
The Hartford District office accepts interns for the fall and spring semesters, as well as for the summer. Priority will be given to college students who are majoring in areas related to government and communications and who are from the First District. All applicants must be currently enrolled in college for consideration.
Applicants will be considered for both credit and non-credit participation. Hours are flexible according to your course schedule and applicants must have their own transportation to Hartford. Qualified applicants will be asked to interview at the Hartford District Office as part of the application process.
Please forward your resume, cover letter, and a brief writing sample (1-3 pages) to Erica Fitzpatrick at 221 Main Street, 2nd floor, Hartford, CT 06106. If you have any questions, please call Congressman Larson's District Office at (860) 278-8888.