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The intern program is designed to provide an opportunity to learn about the legislative branch of government through participation. We are always accepting applications from interested students. Interns are unpaid and therefore interns need to provide their own housing.

Interns are involved in the daily work schedule of our district and Washington, D.C. congressional offices.

Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Phone Duties
  • Legislative Research
  • Capitol Tours
  • Attending Committee Meetings and Seminars
  • Answering Mail
  • Updating Computer Records
  • Running Errands
  • General assistance to staff to help keep the office running smoothly
Download the Intern Application here! 
 
How to Apply
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Interested candidates should download the word document version also available at the bottom of this page.  Candidates should also email a copy of their resume, cover letter, and one letter of recommendation to Tabetha Bryant at Tabetha.Bryant@mail.house.gov.  For more information about Congresswoman Foxx’s internship program or to ask questions please contact Tabetha by email or by phone at (202) 225-2071.

 

Washington Office

2350 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2071
Fax: (202) 225-2995
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District Offices

3540 Clemmons Road, Suite 125
Clemmons, NC 27012
Phone: (336) 778-0211
Toll Free: (866) 677-8968
Fax: (336) 778-2290
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400 Shadowline Dr, Suite 205
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 265-0240
Fax: (828) 265-0390
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Information about Housing and Living in Washington, D.C.  (back to top) 

American University
Summer Intern Housing
Anderson Hall, 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20016-8041
(202) 885-3370

CapitolHillStay.com
Flexible term, furnished, apartment and house rentals on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Catholic University
Summer Intern Housing
620 Michigan Ave., N.E. Washington, DC 20064
(202) 319-5000

Craigslist.com
Washington, D.C. area classifieds

George Washington University
Summer Housing Program
John Quincy Adams House, 2129 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-2552

Georgetown University
Summer and Conference Housing
103 Harbin Hall, Washington, DC 20057
(202) 687-4560

Heritage Foundation
The Heritage Foundation requires you to intern through them to receive housing.
(202) 608-1605

HillZoo.com Classifieds
"The Home Page of Capitol Hill"

Hostels
A list of featured Hostels in the Washington, D.C. area by Hostels.com.

International Student House
1825 R Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-4007

Trinity College
Student and Intern Housing  (Online Application)
125 Michigan Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20017
(202) 884-9136

The Washington Center
1333 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036-2205
(800) 486-8921 or (202) 238-7900

Thompson-Markwood Hall (Females Only)
235 Second Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 546-3255

North Carolina Page Programs  (back to top) 


NC Governor's Page Program

The Governor's Page Program, a year round program established in 1973, provides an opportunity for high school students to spend a week in Raleigh and learn of the roles and functions of state government. Each week, Pages will be assigned to a cabinet level agency or Council of State office within the state government complex to assist employees with various tasks. In addition to their daily responsibilities, Pages will have the opportunity to attend press conferences, tour several historic landmarks including the State Capitol, the Legislative Building, the Executive Mansion, the Supreme Court and the NC Correctional Institute for Women; participate in service projects; and meet the Governor.

NC House Page Program

The North Carolina House of Representatives Page Program affords youth of the State the opportunity to see firsthand how laws are made by participating in the legislative process. Young people help in Representatives' offices, in committee meetings, and during daily Sessions for one-week terms when the General Assembly is in session. Representatives are encouraged to sponsor students from a variety of backgrounds.

NC Senate Page Program

The North Carolina Senate Page Program affords youth of the state the opportunity to see firsthand how laws are made by participating in the legislative process. Young people help in individual Senators' offices, in committee meetings, and during daily Sessions for one-week terms when the General Assembly is in session.



Download the Intern Application here! 

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