Boustany accepting applications for summer internships - KLFY News 10

Boustany accepting applications for summer internships

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Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr., M.D., Wednesday announced his office is accepting applications for summer internships in his Washington, DC office.

"Internships are an excellent opportunity for young adults to learn about our state, our country and the political process," Boustany said. "With the upcoming 2014 elections, students will have a firsthand experience to be in Washington to see and better understand the issues and concerns people most deeply care about. Many of Louisiana's best and brightest have worked for me, and I greatly appreciate their efforts."

The internships are available in the Capitol Hill office in Washington. Interns perform a variety of tasks including legislative research, attending Congressional hearings, assisting with press communications, and interacting with constituents. There are two summer sessions for the internships and each session lasts about 5 weeks.

Interested college-age students and recent college graduates should submit a cover letter explaining their interest and a resume before February 28, 2014, to Jeff Dobrozsi at jeff.dobrozsi@mail.house.gov <mailto:jeff.dobrozsi@mail.house.gov> with the subject "DC intern."

Questions should be directed to the Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2031.

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