Participating in an internship with a policy maker or government entity is one of the best ways students interested in politics and policy issues can gain first-hand experience and career-ready skills.
Applying for and listing internships through UO Career Services
The UO's Career Center is the primary resource for students to find internships and policy makers to post internships. For more information on how to find or post an interrnship on the career centers online took, Handshake, go to career.uoregon.edu.
Internships with U.S. senators and representatives
Internships can last from one term to a year. Opportunities are available in district offices in Oregon and in Washington, D.C. To apply, follow the link below to internship opportunities on each member of Congress's website or find opportunities on the Career Center portal.
D.C. Internship Scholarship thru UO Alumni Association
The UO Alumni Association National Capital Chapter awards one-to-two $1,000 D.C. Intern Scholarship(s) annually to a UO undergraduate or graduate student participating in a summer internship program in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The goal of the D.C. Intern Scholarship Program is to facilitate skills and career development through interactive hands-on work experience. It is designed to assist with some, but not all, of the living and/or travel expenses incurred during an internship in the D.C. area. The National Capital Chapter welcomes applications from any UO student without regard to age, race, gender, disability, or ethnicity.
Awards have been made for summer 2019. The application period for summer 2020 will open in March. If you have questions, please email DC Ducks President Josh Savey..
Oregon congressional delegation: Links to internship opportunities