Senator Julian Cyr offers undergraduate internships

Applicants with Cape, Islands ties especially encouraged...
Cape and Islands State Senator Julian Cyr

Below is an Internship posting from the office of State Senator Julian Cyr.  The Senator is seeking undergraduate interns to help on various projects while gaining first-hand knowledge of how things work in the State Senate:

Description

Are you interested in gaining first hand knowledge of Beacon Hill and the legislative process? Incoming State Senator Julian Cyr (D - Cape & Islands) is looking for motivated undergraduate students to intern in his State House office. Ideal candidates are professional, responsible, and enjoy working in a fast paced environment. 

Interns will work in a number of different policy areas, including: economic development, healthcare, environmental protection, education, and housing. During their time at the State House, interns will be encouraged to attend legislative briefings, events, Committee hearings, and lectures of personal interest. 

Location: State House, Boston, MA 

Time commitment: appx. 15 hours per week (or more if required for course credit) 
From January 30, 2017 to May 2017

Responsibilities

Interns will also serve in many different operational capacities. Some responsibilities may include: 
  • Attending committee hearings, issue briefings, and formal Senate sessions 
  • Researching legislation, policy, and district issues 
  • Tracking, processing, and drafting constituent correspondence 
  • Compiling daily press clips 
  • General office support

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