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Paul Clements Campaign for Senate

Clements for Congress campaign seeks interns. Intern will assist with
all aspects of campaign. If interested, please email resume to
connor@clementsforcongress.com with “Internship” in the subject line.

Position Details:
As a Field/Campaign Intern, you will work closely with staff to help
build a congressional campaign. Our interns work mostly in data, but
will gain experience in all campaign operations. This is a hands-on
learning experience that will teach you the ins-and-outs of a
political campaign.

Democratic Leader Tim Greimel’s Office

The Michigan House Democrats are looking for summer interns to work with Democratic Leader Tim Greimel’s office on caucus-wide projects and goals. Interns will be involved in a wide range of activities and will develop an array of political skills. Internship start dates are flexible. All interns are expected to report to the House Office Building in Lansing, MI.  For more information, contact Keenan Pontoni at (734) 330-5937 or keenanpontoni@gmail.com.

Curtis Hertel Jr. For State Senate

The campaign to elect Curtis Hertel Jr. for State Senate is offering 3 paid summer internships. Interns will be doing tasks such as knocking doors, phone banking and volunteer coordination. The internships will start at $500 a month with opportunity for that to grow.

To apply, please send resumes to hertelforsenate@gmail.com

Political Department Fellowship with Gary Peters for U.S. Senate Campaign

Peters for Michigan – Political Department Fellowship

Peters for Michigan is seeking committed, full time and part time fellows to join the Political team, with a strong preference for candidates who live in Metro Detroit.  Highly motivated applicants with a commitment and interest in Democratic politics are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities:

-        Writing Political Briefs

-        Research

-        Organizing Data and Lists

-        Logistics and Advance Work

-        Maintaining Political Relationships

-        Administrative Work

Fellows will have a great attitude, attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Applicants who have difficulty under pressure should not apply.

Please send an email of interest and resume with 2 references to anna@petersformichigan.com.

Internship with Gary Peters’ campaign for U.S. Senate

Congressman Gary Peters’ campaign for the U.S. Senate is seeking committed
full-time and part-time fellows to join the fundraising team. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with a demonstrated commitment to Democratic politics and an interest in political fundraising should apply.

Responsibilities:
· Conduct fundraising research
· Write briefings and other memos
· Update database (familiarity with NGP a plus)
· Prepare and send mailings
· Support staff at fundraising events
· Administrative work (answering the phone, making copies, etc.)

A great fellow will have a positive attitude, a keen attention to detail,
and a willingness to take on any task. Fellows should be prepared to spend
a portion of their internship completing administrative work such as
answering the phone, making copies, and helping prepare mailings. Our team
will work with you to secure college credit and give you opportunities to
gain real experience in fundraising on a U.S. Senate race.

We look forward to integrating you into the excitement and family spirit of
this campaign. Fellows that invest considerable time and energy into our
effort will gain valuable experience and be a trusted and important member
of our team. We look forward to hearing from you. Please send a resume to anna@petersformichigan.com.

Brenda Lawrence For Congress

For the last 20 years, Brenda Lawrence has served as an elected official in the City of Southfield. In 2001, Lawrence became the first female and first African-American Mayor of Southfield. She was resoundingly re-elected three times. She is a Democrat, and is currently running for the United States Congress in Michigan’s 14th District.

The Brenda Lawrence for Congress Internship Program is designed for a group of exceptional students who are committed to the values of Progressive politics and are seeking an empowering opportunity to elect a progressive leader to Congress in 2014.

The Internship is also designed to provide training and leadership development of future political leaders, staff and candidates through an intensive campaign experience.

Applications are on a rolling timeline where early applicants will receive priority consideration. All applicants are encouraged to apply by March 1, 2014. 

Ideal Candidates will have:

A Strong, Reliable Work Ethic The Internship will consist of a minimum commitment of 300 hours over the summer of 2014. There will be some scheduling flexibility for each intern.

A Desire for Political Skill Development and Self Improvement Each Intern will receive training to support their development in campaign management, political communications, strategic plan development, fundraising and more.

A Record of Excellence Interns should demonstrate a record of volunteerism/service or have shown a capacity for consistent achievement.

COMPENSATION 

The internship is unpaid, though there will be opportunities for advancement in the campaign. Class credit may also be available.

INTERNSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES 

Interns will have a standard set of responsibilities, and will take on a specialized role to assist the campaign.

Responsibilities may include:

Field Organizing Volunteer Recruitment, Training, Mobilization, Organizing and “Field” Tactics (Canvassing, Phone banking, etc.);

Political Communications – Political Research; Analysis and Writing; Media work and support;

Fundraising – Donor research and list development, Candidate support, Event planning and implementation;

Online Activism – Building our Social Network, Promoting online activism, Website Design and upkeep and content for e-mail blasts;

General Administrative Support – All Interns will spend some time supporting general campaign activities and office needs;

Project Development Each Intern will be responsible for one project in coordination with other Interns to support Brenda Lawrence for Congress.

TO APPLY: 

Interested parties should submit a resume and three references (personal or professional) by March 1, 2014 to Sam Pernick, Brenda Lawrence for Congress Intern Coordinator, at internwithbrendalawrence@gmail.com.

Equal employment opportunity is a fundamental principle of Brenda Lawrence for Congress; where employment is based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.

Office of Representative Dianda

Legislative Intern

Office: Rep. Dianda

Caucus: Democrat

Description: An intern would be expected to provide assistance to Representative Dianda and members the office, ranging in the areas of research, communications, constituent relations, general office management and miscellaneous tasks. Some responsibilities will include answering phones, monitoring legislation, and written correspondence to groups and individuals within the 110th District. Rep. Dianda’s office offers a friendly, upbeat environment, taxidermy, French press coffee, and hands-on experience in a fast-paced environment. Hours are flexible, but our office is currently intern-less on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Salary RangeSchool Credit (if applicable)

Minimum Qualifications:  Must have basic letter-folding, envelope-stuffing, data entry and errand-running capabilities. The ability to draft thoughtful letters would be appreciated and put to good use, as would the ability to work independently to complete short-term projects. Computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is required. Excellent telephone skills and a positive attitude preferred.

Deadline: This position will remain open until filled.

Contact Information: Please send resume and cover letter to:

Michigan House of Representatives
State Representative Scott Dianda
Attn: Danielle Stein
P.O. Box 30014 
Lansing, MI 48909-7514

Office of Representative Lamonte

Office of Representative Lamonte

Description: An intern would be expected to provide assistance to Representative Collene Lamonte and members of the office, ranging in areas of legislation, communications, constituent affairs, general office management and miscellaneous tasks. Some responsibilities will include answering phones, monitoring legislation, research and written correspondence to groups and individuals with the 91st district. Students will gain important hands-on office experience in a fast-paced environment and acquire valuable professional contacts. Hours are negotiable.

Qualifications: Previous office experience, letter writing and social media skills, and knowledge of the Legislature and the legislative process is a plus but not required. Computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is required. Excellent telephone, written communication skills and a positive attitude preferred.

Locations: Lansing

Semester: Spring 2014

Application:  Send resumes to

Michigan House of Representatives
State Representative Collene Lamonte
Attn: Jon Hansen
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI  48909-7514
Or via email to: jhansen@house.mi.gov

 

Office of Representative Henry Yanez

Office of Representative Henry Yanez

Description: A Legislative Intern will assist the Representative and his staff with constituent affairs, communications, general office management, data entry and miscellaneous tasks related to pending and upcoming legislation, committee hearings and constituent inquiries. Some responsibilities will include answering phones, compiling data, monitoring legislation, and researching and drafting correspondence to groups and individuals within the district. Students will gain valuable hands-on experience in a fast-paced office environment. They will gain career competitive experience using the Michigan Caseworker Manager database. They will also have opportunities to network and attend committee hearings, briefings, House sessions and other state and local government related functions. Hours are negotiable.

Qualifications: Previous office experience is preferred, but not required. Knowledge of the Legislature and process are helpful, but not required. Writing skills are preferred. Computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office applications are requested.

Location: Lansing

Semester: Spring 2014

Application :P lease send resume and cover letter to:

Michigan House of Representatives
Office of State Representative Henry Yanez
Attn: Robert Becker
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48909-7514

Mark Schauer for Governor, MDP

Mark Schauer for Governor, MDP

About: Working with the MDP and Mark Schauer’s campaign for Governor, and they are looking for some interns to work with the Schauer campaign.

Location: Lansing

Length: Fall 2013

To apply:  Submit resume to Stephanie White at swhite@michigandems.com