The Barbara Comstock for Congress campaign is currently searching for middle school, high school and college students who are eager to learn about grassroots political campaigning and public service. Student interns will gain knowledge about the political process and learn to become adept communicators through hands-on experience with Congresswoman Comstock and her campaign in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District.
These internship opportunities are open to any eligible students and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Previous campaign experience is helpful, but not required. Responsibilities and assignments will be age appropriate. Hours are flexible, but students must be able to commit to at least 5 hours per week. This internship will take place at the following location(s):
Fairfax County – Chantilly Victory Office — 14504 Lee Road Suite C, Chantilly, VA 20151
Eligible students can be provided with academic credit, service hours, or simply a unique learning experience. While these positions begin unpaid, there are opportunities for advancement including the potential for part-time employment. Upon completion of the program, a letter of recommendation to a future employer or college will also be provided.
Interns are expected to assist the campaign with:
- Headquarters Management
- Community Outreach Activities
- Social Media Outreach
- Grassroots Voter Contacts
- Recruiting and Organizing Volunteers
- Event Planning: Parades and Festival Coverage
Complete the Internship Application