Do you have a passion for public service, politics and community work? I am looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated, dedicated individuals who are interested in working in State Government. Our interns will learn about the legislative process, provide constituents with state resources and assist my District team with District Office events.
If you are a current college student interested in learning new skills and building your resume then apply for an Assembly Internship in my district office!
District Office Intern:
My district office is responsible for keeping our local community connected with the legislative work I am working on in Sacramento. District interns assist with organizing community based events, constituent casework, and everyday involvement with the 43rd Assembly District. As an intern you will learn while assisting with the legislative process, planning special events, communicating with constituents, and providing support with general administrative duties.
Essential duties include:
- Monitoring District and State issues, current events and relevant legislation
- Assisting with research and planning of upcoming events and projects
- Responding to constituent inquiries and community issues
- Assisting with office procedures, telephone inquiries, emails and Bill comments
- Conducting policy research and developing a clear knowledge and understanding of the functions, practices and operations of the California State Legislature
- A passion for public service, politics, and community work
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both written and oral
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Detail-oriented, goal-driven, and dependable
- Currently enrolled in college
- Knowledge of the 43rd Assembly District preferred
- Fluency in Spanish is a plus but not required
- According to Assembly Rules, all applicants must be fully vaccinated and received their booster shot against COVID-19 in order to work for the Assembly
- Ideal for students who have an interest in public policy, community organizing, political science, communications, public relations, or similar area of study or career path
- Flexible hours to accommodate school schedule, with occasional in-person and virtual events during the evening and weekends
- Interns will be paid $17 an hour for a limited term, with up to 20 hours of work a week.
- Interns will receive important benefits such as working directly with elected officials, community leaders, and local residents on issues and events related to the 43rd Assembly District
Spring, Summer, and Fall Internships are available. May be able to receive academic credit.
To request an application or if you have any questions please email: Julissa.Hernandez@asm.ca.gov or call my District Office at (818) 504-3911.