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An internship in Senator Ben Cardin's office provides an exciting educational and a behind-the-scenes look at the federal legislative process. Interns will provide basic assistance to the staff by sorting office mail, researching and summarizing proposed legislation, attending hearings and briefings, and drafting constituent correspondence.
- Applicants must be undergraduate or graduate-level students*
- Fall and spring applicants are required to work at least 16 hours per week
- Summer internships are full-time positions
- Marylanders will be given preference
The selection process is highly competitive. Prospective interns wishing to apply to the program must submit an internship application, a current resume, two letters of recommendation, and two writing samples. An interview may be required as part of the process. It is recommended that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.
Summer: March 15th
Fall Semester: July 15th
Spring Semester: November 15th
*School-year internships are available in the Baltimore State office to high school seniors. Students must be participating in a school-sponsored work/study program, a credited course or senior work project.