Marketing & Communications Intern
The CT General Assembly Legislative Internship Program is looking for a Marketing & Communications Intern to join us for the 2020 Legislative Session.
Focused on supporting efforts to promote program visibility and build an active alumni network, the intern will be responsible for the execution of a variety of assigned duties related to program marketing and promotion. Please click here for full job description.
Similar to our main program interns, they are subject to the same program year, eligibility, hours and credit requirements, but academic assignments will be project driven and chronicled in a multimedia portfolio of their development.
The following application is for Marketing & Communications Intern Applicants only. Please contact the Program Director directly with any questions in relation to requirements or the application below.
Thank you for your interest in applying for the 2020 Marketing & Communications Intern position. Please read the instructions below carefully and make sure to complete all components of the three part application process detailed below. All three parts must be completed prior to the Nov. 1st deadline for your application to be accepted.
First, establish an advisor on campus who will oversee your CGA internship and ensure your receipt of school credit. This individual’s name and email will be required to be provided as part of the online application. They will be contacted by the Program Director regarding program reporting and requirements, including the completion of a Campus Advisor Recommendation Form, which will become part of your application. Without this form, your application will be considered incomplete and will not be accepted by the program.
Second, complete our online application below. The application must be completed in full. Incomplete applications will not be accepted and/or reviewed.
Third, following submittal of the online application, you will need to email the following four components to firstname.lastname@example.org, by NOVEMBER 1st:
- a cover letter expressing why you are applying for the internship and what activities or experiences have you had that you believe will qualify you as an intern;
- a one page resume that outlines your educational background, honors or recognition, work experience, activities, special skills, etc.;
- a transcript from the college that you currently attend. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. Applicants must complete at least 20 college credits by by the January program start.
- two letters of recommendation from people who know you well and can provide an accurate view of your strengths and weaknesses;