Apply For An Internship
The office of Assemblywoman Beth Gaines is currently accepting applications for interns for both Capitol and District offices.
Our office is currently looking for motivated and hard-working college students interested in broadening their knowledge of state and local government and exploring a career in public service.
You will learn the workings of state government, gain first-hand experience with how a District and/or State Capitol Legislative office operates, and provide assistance to Assemblywoman Gaines constituents.
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Who Can Apply? College or high school students with Political Science majors, or those interested in government, are encouraged to apply.
What Kind of Internships Are Available? Part-time and full-time internships are available throughout the year. Summer internships are also available.
Can I Get Credit For The Internship?This is a non-paid position; however, course credit may be available through your college or university. Interns should discuss academic credit eligibility and requirements with the academic advisor/campus coordinator prior to applying.
Where Are Internships Offered?Internships are available in the District Office in Roseville, as well as the Capitol Office in Sacramento.
What Activities Does An Intern Perform?Interns work with the professional staff on a variety of projects and are also assigned clerical tasks. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, preparing reports, researching specific issues and compiling information to respond to constituents inquiries, assisting with community outreach efforts, handling incoming mail and data entry, and performing general office duties.
To apply for an internship position, download and complete the Internship Application here: View PDF