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Byrne accepting summer internship applications

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Congressman Bradley Byrne, R-AL, is currently accepting applications for summer interns in both his Washington, D.C. and Mobile offices. Applicants should be current college students or recent graduates. Ties to Alabama’s First Congressional District are preferred, but not required.

 The application can be found here, and the deadline to apply is February 24, 2020.

Congressional internships offer a unique experience for students interested in learning more about the legislative process and the inner workings of a Congressional office. Intern responsibilities may vary but include answering phones, researching legislation for the Congressman, attending hearings and briefings, and answering constituent letters on various issues.

 Congressman Byrne said: “I am pleased to once again be able to offer summer internships in my offices in Mobile and Washington. The opportunity to learn the legislative process firsthand and work directly with the people of Southwest Alabama provides invaluable practical experience for students looking to enter nearly any career field.  I encourage all who are eligible to apply.”

 

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