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Top 48 Congressional Internship Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Congressional Internship. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Congressional Internship resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Congressional Internship resumes contained Constituent Correspondence as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Congressional Internship actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Congressional Internship

1. Constituent Correspondence
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Here's how Constituent Correspondence is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Composed, edited, and finalized constituent correspondence, and supported management of constituent affairs.
  • Answered constituent correspondence, and provided excellent constituent services to visitors.
  • Reviewed, categorized, and created letters addressing constituent correspondence.
  • Prepared constituent correspondence letters using office database.
  • Organized constituent correspondence and performed clerical work.
  • Researched legislative issues and constituent correspondence.
  • Assisted in drafting constituent correspondence letters.
  • Assisted/Developed speeches, answered constituent correspondence, office duties, proof-read legislation and formulated notes, etc.
  • Read and drafted responses to constituent correspondence on issues raging from social security to local concerns.
  • Read and filed constituent correspondence in the online database in order to batch responses.
  • Researched current legislation issues, drafted constituent correspondence, and general office duties.
  • Responded to constituent correspondence, answered telephones, and staffed the front desk.
  • Drafted congressional records, press releases, newsletters, and constituent correspondence.
  • Responded to constituent correspondence by phone, email and mail.
  • Drafted constituent correspondence, statements, and press releases.
  • Assisted with the writing of constituent correspondences.
  • Perform budget analysis and breakdown of expenditures Conduct research and draft responses to constituent correspondence
  • Catalogued news mentions and constituent correspondence
  • Assisted office management by sorting constituent correspondence and inputting it to the Constituent Response Management (CRM) system.
  • motivated Authored constituent correspondence, certificates, and tributes.

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2. Legislative Staff
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Here's how Legislative Staff is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Collaborated with other legislative staff to acquire supporting Congressmen's signatures for bill proposals.
  • Developed and delivered summaries of congressional briefings and informational items to legislative staff.
  • Researched and documented legislative hearing procedures for Senator and legislative staff.
  • Ensured legislative staff was supported by providing executive-level support.
  • Managed and conducted research projects for legislative staffers.
  • Served as administrative support to legislative staff.
  • Helped the legislative staff introduce sociopolitical issues to the Congresswoman for her consideration and potential sponsorship on the House floor.
  • Assisted the legislative staff with several research projects on issues ranging from ticket scalping bots to campus sexual assault.
  • Assisted legislative staff with projects including closing the gun show loophole and prison maintenance in New Jersey.
  • Attended briefings on immigration, foreign affairs and education to inform legislative staff of the findings.
  • Attended congressional briefings, conducted legislation research, and wrote briefings to inform legislative staff members.
  • Drafted constituent correspondence, compiled daily press clippings and attended briefings for legislative staff.
  • Assisted legislative staff with research on key legislation and potential bill cosponsors.
  • Attend briefings and do research projects for legislative staff on current policy.
  • Attended 15+ Congressional hearings and drafted memorandum for legislative staffs.
  • Assisted legislative staff in day to day activities.
  • Attended briefings and prepared reports for legislative staff.
  • Researched issues for legislative staff.
  • Assisted Legislative staff with healthcare related projects and various other topics and reviewed material for final use.
  • Assisted legislative staff with policy research (health, education, international child labor, etc.

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3. Policy Issues
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Here's how Policy Issues is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assisted senior legislative assistant on economic policy issues by conducting research and attending and reporting on briefings and hearings.
  • Develop material from legislative hearings/briefings on a variety of policy issues to present to legislative aides.
  • Created targeted outreach letters for specific district demographics based on legislation and policy issues.
  • Assisted Congressman s Legislative staff in researching policy issues and tracking imminent legislation.
  • Researched and briefed legislative and policy issues including proposed legislation.
  • Composed legislative correspondence on a variety of policy issues.
  • Conducted legislative research on diverse policy issues.
  • Research and identify relevant policy issues
  • Attended and took detailed notes of briefings on policy issues important to the Congresswoman's legislative staff.
  • Assisted with briefing and advised Representative on policy issues as well as hearings and Member votes.
  • Researched, analyzed, and commented on various federal and state policy issues for legislative staff.
  • Monitored news media for local, state, and federal policy issues related to the senator.
  • Researched and wrote reports on various policy issues for members of the Representative s staff.
  • Fielded calls from constituents and provided guidance on local and public policy issues.
  • Researched bills and key policy issues for the Congresswoman's legislative staff.
  • Researched policy issues, summarized testimony, and assisted Committee staff.
  • Liaised with constituents and reported on health policy issues and legislation.
  • Conducted research on policy Drafting memos on policy issues and upcoming legislation.
  • Created summary memos for Congressman Engel and legislative staff on various policy issues.
  • Researched current legislation and policy issues and briefed the legislative staff Drafted correspondence to constituents on behalf of Rep. Frelinghuysen

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4. Congressional Hearings
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Here's how Congressional Hearings is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Compiled detailed information and drafted memos for staff members based on information gathered through research and from Congressional hearings.
  • Reported on congressional hearings to legislative aides and communicated with constituents about legislative concerns.
  • Identified valuable information and provided detailed reports of Congressional hearings and other events.
  • Attended congressional committee hearings and transcribed notes of congressional hearings.
  • Attended congressional hearings and provided detailed briefs for congressional staff.
  • Conducted legislative research and prepared briefings of Congressional hearings
  • Compiled information for congressional hearings.
  • Attended congressional hearings, such as hearings of subcommittee on aviation and FAA reforms in post 9/11 environment.
  • Collected data on congress, monitored congressional hearings, and wrote briefings on global women's health.
  • Observed more than 20 congressional hearings and provided synopsis of topics covered for Congressman and senior staff.
  • Prepared briefs after attending Congressional hearings and distributed them to all district offices.
  • Researched, attended and summarized congressional hearings for proposed bills 35-40 hrs./wk.
  • Constructed legislative binders for Congressional hearings for use on the floor.
  • Research: Attended various Congressional hearings as background for issue letters.
  • Attended and reported on various Congressional hearings and briefings.
  • Attended congressional hearings on behalf of the Congressman.
  • Attended committee meetings and Congressional hearings.
  • Drafted memoranda on Congressional hearings and briefings.
  • Prepared the Congresswoman for Congressional Hearings Clerical work (typing, organizing the schedules, preparing for meetings, writing minutes)
  • Conducted legislative research Wrote memos regarding upcoming legislation Attended Congressional hearings Responded to constituent requests

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5. Press Releases
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Here's how Press Releases is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Drafted legislative correspondence letters, press releases and opinion editorials.
  • Participated in the legislative process including editing bills, writing press releases, drafting op-eds, and giving vote recommendations.
  • Assisted in drafting speeches and press releases related to Medicare, education legislation and district events for the Congressman.
  • Compiled press clips, created social media content, and drafted press releases and constituent letters.
  • Conducted research on various issues by examining reports, press releases, and other sources.
  • Drafted legislative correspondence and press releases for the Congressman's office.
  • Worked closely with staff in coordinating press releases to statewide media.
  • Read and draft responses to bill legislation and press releases.
  • Attended meetings and assisted in writing speeches and press releases.
  • Edited and prepared press releases for the press secretary.
  • Assisted press personnel with press conferences and press releases.
  • Updated press releases on Senator's official website.
  • Drafted press releases and updated members website.
  • Edited press releases and staff memoranda concerning Social Security reform and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee activities.
  • Partnered with other interns to coordinate events in the Mr. Kolbe's schedule ranging from lunch reservations to issuing press releases.
  • Worked directly with the Congressman and other senior staff to proof memoranda and other press releases.
  • Help the communications staff write press releases, 499s, EORs and social media.
  • Worked closely with Mr. Boren s public relations assistant in composing press releases.
  • Drafted correspondence, speeches, press releases, and interoffice memoranda.
  • Assisted and directed constituents Edited press releases Worked at the Red Cross CPR event

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6. Government Agencies
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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Coordinated with government agencies and public organizations to procure benefits and honors for veterans.
  • Collaborated with community liaisons to help constituents resolve problems with federal government agencies.
  • Directed constituents to corresponding congressional aides and external government agencies.
  • Composed Congressional letters to government agencies and constituents.
  • Investigated casework through congressional liaisons at government agencies.
  • Answered phone calls and emails from a diverse community including lobbyists, constituents, congressional offices, and federal government agencies.
  • Performed community outreach, conducted research on bills and government agencies, and helped plan and carry out district events.
  • Initiated and completed Congressional inquiries by partnering with corporate or government agencies to resolve cases and address constituent needs.
  • Served as an advocate for constituents in their dealings with government agencies and other situations.
  • Acted as the liaison between constituents and various government agencies.
  • Fielded all contact to district office, communicated with constituents and government agencies with professionalism emblematic of Congressman Loebsack.
  • Required significant written and oral communication between citizens and government agencies Researched current events and legislation.

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7. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Shadowed Staff members to community events and meetings with local business representing the Congresswoman.
  • Managed congressional programs and meetings under direct supervision of Congressional staff members.
  • Conducted legislative and informational research for various staff members and constituents.
  • Communicated with constituents/ addressing their concerns with staff members
  • Recorded meeting minutes and accurate notes in official meetings headed by the District Director of the office and various staff members.
  • Attended hearings and briefings, taking accurate and thorough notes for the staff members in need of the information.
  • Helped various staff members research a wide range of Legislative bills in order to get approval in Congress.
  • Managed multiple calendars for staff members in order to schedule phone screens and interviews.
  • Greeted visitors and fielded constituent questions on behalf of Congressman Bartlett and staff members.
  • Researched political climate of the Commonwealth for staff members for an upcoming election.
  • Attended congressional hearings and briefings and composed detailed policy memos for staff members.
  • Attended Congressional Hearings in proxy of staff members and composed reporting memos.
  • Assisted staff members on various research projects relevant to federal legislation.
  • Attended Congressional hearings and wrote synopses for the office staff members.
  • Researched specific policy areas and drafted reports for staff members.
  • Performed administrative and clerical duties for 6 congressional staff members.
  • Collaborate with congressional staff members to assist on various projects.
  • Observed congressional hearings, and drafted reports for staff members.
  • Prepared paperwork and research for staff members.
  • Supported the Legislative Assistant with materials for healthcare reform debate Formulated notes and briefed to staff members on congressional hearing and briefings

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8. Congresswoman
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Here's how Congresswoman is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Implemented successful strategies that significantly increased engagement between Congresswoman Waters and her supporters on all social media networks.
  • Prepared reports for the District Director and Congresswoman regarding legislative research and demographic statistics.
  • Organized and filed important documents for the Congresswoman and other Legislative Assistants.
  • Forward community concerns and cases to Congresswoman Lee or appropriate community representative
  • Monitored constituent casework intake, informed constituents of case developments, and tracked constituent feedback for Congresswoman Linda T. Sanchez.
  • Drafted speeches and talking points for Congresswoman Waters that were used in high profile hearings and interviews.
  • Attended conferences and voiced suggestions on Health Care bills with Congresswoman Brown and Vice President Al Gore.
  • Supported the Congresswoman and her staff in addressing and alleviating the concerns of Maine residents.
  • Corresponded with local city officials on community issues in the absence of the Congresswoman.
  • Attended briefings in the United States House of Representatives on behalf of the Congresswoman.
  • Represented Congresswoman by interacting with constituents & directing cases towards the correct fed.
  • Take photographs of the Congresswoman during meetings, hearings and other important events.
  • Organized and cleaned the work space of the Congresswoman and Legislative Assistants.
  • Attend Congressional sessions and briefings, creating summary memos for Congresswoman DeLauro.
  • Compiled a log of complaints and suggestions from the Congresswoman constituency.
  • Read and professionally replied to letters from Congresswoman Brown's constituents.
  • Performed duties as liaison between Congresswoman and district constituents.
  • Performed duties as liaison between Congresswoman and district constituents Provided administrative support to office manager and case workers.
  • Assisted the Office of Congresswoman Maxine Waters with shifting communications strategy to focus more on social media outreach to constituents.
  • Prepared daily research for morning briefings Staffed Congresswoman in meetings; answered constituent questions Political Experience:

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9. Capitol Tours
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Here's how Capitol Tours is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Organized constituent services through government tour reservations, and provided personal Capitol tours.
  • Assisted communications directors with press releases, congratulatory letters and administering capitol tours.
  • Arranged and administered extensive Capitol tours to all visiting constituents.
  • Interacted with constituents and organizations through giving Capitol tours.
  • Assisted other staff members, conducted research on bills, interacted with other Senators, and led Capitol tours.
  • Led over a dozen Capitol tours for constituents, teaching them the history and traditions of Congress.
  • Liaised with constituency, responded to mail, answered telephone inquiries, and provided 20+ Capitol tours
  • Serve as an office representative conducting Capitol Tours and attending briefings, committee hearings and meetings.
  • Engaged and responded to constituents by phone, e-mail, and in-person; led Capitol Tours.
  • Hosted Capitol Tours and aided in constituent-related projects and casework using Internet Quorum (IQ).
  • Led Capitol tours, answered phones, greeted visitors and assisted with all other office duties.
  • Assisted with the daily operation of the congressional office and provided capitol tours.
  • Processed flag requests and coordinated Capitol tours for district constituents.
  • Provided hour-long Capitol tours to small groups of constituents.
  • Assisted visiting guests and constituents and conducted capitol tours.
  • Guided constituent Capitol tours, including VIP tours.
  • Conducted Capitol tours for constituent groups.
  • conduct research onto issues of constituent concern, and give Capitol tours for visiting constituents.
  • Provided outstanding service to constituents in a timely manner and led Capitol tours groups.
  • Managed Front Office - Managed Capitol Tours Program - Assisted with Legislative Research/Congressional Letters - Proofed press materials

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10. Capitol Building
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Here's how Capitol Building is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Provided tours of Capitol Building to Mississippi residents
  • Coordinated and provided constituent tours of the Capitol Building, Library of Congress, and the White House.
  • Organized and conducted tours throughout the Capitol building featuring the history and tradition of Congress.
  • Provided bilingual (Spanish) constituent tours of the Capitol building and House office buildings.
  • Interacted with constituents by booking and leading publicized tours of the Capitol Building.
  • Organized and led guided tours of the Capitol building for constituents and diplomats.
  • Provided Accompanied Tours of The Capitol Building; History and Who's Who.
  • Led guided tours of the United States Capitol building for constituents and tourists.
  • Provided informative public tours of the United States Capitol Building and Complex.
  • Assisted with Capitol building tours and served as a guide to constituents.
  • Coordinated and led personalized tours of the U.S. Capitol Building for constituents.
  • Scheduled and gave entertaining tours of the Capitol building to constituents.
  • Arrived on time daily to provide tours of the Capitol building.
  • Guided constituents on tours of the U.S. Capitol Building.
  • Coordinated and led tours of the capitol building.
  • Facilitated constituent tours throughout the U.S. Capitol Building.
  • Conducted tours of the Capitol Building for constituents.
  • Schedule and conduct tours of the U.S. Capitol Building
  • Led constituent tours of the Capitol Building.
  • Answered constituent phone calls Guided tours of the Capitol building

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11. Intranet Quorum
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Here's how Intranet Quorum is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Facilitated external stakeholder relations, showing proficient communication skills in in-person meetings, Intranet Quorum, and other correspondence methods.
  • Facilitated communication and represented Congressman's interest with constituents and congressional staff through the use of Intranet Quorum.
  • Provided Capitol tours to visiting constituents, assisted with clerical duties and entered data into Intranet Quorum
  • Updated constituent information using Lockheed Martin's Intranet Quorum software database
  • Recorded constituent correspondence and concerns utilizing Intranet Quorum.
  • Responded to constituent comments via Intranet Quorum
  • Utilized Intranet Quorum software to record and assign constituent inquiries and comments to the appropriate staff member and batch.
  • Utilized Intranet Quorum on a daily basis to help sort, process, and respond to constituent mail.
  • Responded to constituent calls, faxes, and mail, logging comments in Intranet Quorum database.
  • Researched specific issues and entered constituent requests into the Capital Intranet Quorum (IQ) program.
  • Drafted constituent response letters for all incoming mail using Intranet Quorum (IQ).
  • Conducted topical research on U.S. Congress Intranet Quorum (IQ) online network/computer database.
  • Managed and logged incoming mail and phone calls into Intranet Quorum (IQ).
  • Utilized Intranet Quorum Database to input constituent data and research cases for my superiors.
  • Created correspondence letters to District 1 constituents through Intranet Quorum.
  • Managed casework reporting using Intranet Quorum system (IQ).
  • Batched and maintained constituent correspondence letters via My Intranet Quorum.
  • Gained constituent support using the Intranet Quorum Database system.
  • Drafted response correspondence to constituent inquiries via Intranet Quorum.
  • Recorded constituent concerns on Intranet Quorum.

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12. Committee Hearings
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Here's how Committee Hearings is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Produced bi-weekly detailed reports on committee hearings for congressman, and authored correspondence letters addressing public concerns.
  • Responded to constituent letters and flag requests Attended committee hearings and drafted briefs detailing the topics discussed and highlights of the hearing
  • Attended Senate Committee Hearings and drafted briefs that detailed the topics discussed and the highlights of each individual hearing.
  • Supported the Legislative Assistants by recording votes and taking notes at Committee hearings, briefings and markups
  • Assisted staff in preparing for committee hearings and mark-ups, attending briefings and events.
  • Composed executive briefings for staff members by attending several committee hearings and events.
  • Attended committee hearings on behalf of the representative and recorded detailed notes.
  • Represented Congressman Kennedy at committee hearings, seminars, and congressional briefings.
  • Assembled binders for full and subcommittee committee hearings and kept time.
  • Attended Congressional Briefings and Committee Hearings on behalf of Congressional Staffers.
  • Drafted memos on various military tech showcases and committee hearings.
  • Attend committee hearings, briefings on issues and other events.
  • Attended and took notes at committee hearings for office staff.
  • Attended committee hearings and took notes for the congressman.
  • Attended and recorded committee hearings and legislative meetings.
  • Attended staff meetings and House Committee hearings.
  • Consolidated and reported information from committee hearings and legislative briefings to Representative Conyers.
  • Attended Committee hearings and prepared briefings for legislative assistants.
  • Assisted the staff in researching legislative measures Researched and drafted memorandums for the staff on upcoming scheduled events and committee hearings.
  • Attended Congressional Committee Hearings and composed summarization memoranda.

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13. Congressional Office Staff
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Here's how Congressional Office Staff is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Researched policy and legislation for congressional office staff.
  • Assist Congressional office staff with day-to-day operations including research of constituent issues and requests for assistance from the Congressman.
  • Researched current issues for Congressional office staff, utilizing the Library of Congress and online information sources.
  • Developed reports on international, domestic and local current issues for the congressional office staff
  • Research and completed more than 50 projects for the Congressman and Congressional office staff.
  • Conducted legislative research, letter writing and editing for congressional office staff.
  • Research current and accurate information sources for congressional office staff.
  • Provide support to Congressman and Congressional Office Staffers.
  • Assisted in drafting and editing response letters to constituents Conducted research in support of congressional office staff Pharmacy Technician Montgomery, AL

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14. Administrative Tasks
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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Performed administrative tasks including preparing daily reports for the Congressman and the senior staff, conducting legislation research, and polling.
  • Performed daily administrative tasks such as drop off/receive mail, answer phones, and log constituent comments for the Congresswoman.
  • Performed a variety of administrative tasks such as handling mail, managing phone calls and correspondence.
  • Performed constituent services, and various administrative tasks, such as preparing reports for final readings.
  • Assisted with administrative tasks such as phone calls and logging incoming constituent mail and faxes.
  • Handled administrative tasks, such as stocking inventory, filing, and front desk responsibilities.
  • Performed administrative tasks such as date entry, file organization, and answering phones.
  • Prepared correspondence on behalf of Ms. Sanchez and performed administrative tasks as required.
  • Performed vital administrative tasks to assist with the operation of the office.
  • Handled constituent relations via phone and email; performed administrative tasks.
  • Assisted the Congressman's Capitol office staff with various administrative tasks.
  • Conducted U.S. Capitol tours and handled office administrative tasks.
  • General administrative tasks; copying, faxing, filing.
  • Assisted with a wide variety of administrative tasks.
  • Perform administrative tasks for Senate staff Handle correspondence from constituents and federal agencies pertaining to casework
  • Carried out administrative tasks, worked with the federal database system, handled constituent mail, and answered phones.
  • Performed administrative tasks such as answering multi-line phones at the front desk.
  • Summer 2010 Aided congressional staff with legislative research and administrative tasks.
  • Conducted legislative research and drafted correspondence Maintained community relationships through conducting constituent meetings and clientele services Ensured completion of administrative tasks
  • Assist with Administrative tasks Researched information to aid with constituent work Contact constituent and update their information Respond to constituent inquiries

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15. Veterans
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Here's how Veterans is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Attended Congressional committee and subcommittee hearings regarding elementary and secondary education, internet and intellectual property and veterans' affairs.
  • Communicated with constituents and collaborated with constituent liaison to manage the largest oral history project, the Veterans History Project
  • Managed legal concerns of constituents including social security benefits and veterans affairs.
  • Managed casework involving disabled veterans and civilians.
  • Shadowed regional representative, attending a business summit, climate science conference, stakeholder meetings, and veterans' associations gatherings.
  • Conducted critical research on key Veterans Affairs and prepared reports for respective Subcommittees, including the committee on Oversight and Investigations.
  • Compiled supplemental data for House Veterans Affairs, Housing and Urban Development, and the Independent Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee.
  • Gained insight into government programs: Immigration, social security, travel warnings, and veterans' benefits.
  • Shadowed Legislative Assistant covering foreign affairs, defense, homeland security, veterans' affairs and trade.
  • Drafted briefs from Congressional committees such as Agricultural, Appropriations, Defense, and Veterans' Affairs.
  • Provided administrative assistance to the office and organized outreach projects for veterans in the 52nd district.
  • Led and organized a group of interns to perform Capitol tours for military veterans.
  • Conducted research for pending legislation on agriculture and veterans' health care
  • Provided Veterans and constituents assistance with VA claims status.
  • Assigned to legislative aide on Veterans' Affairs committee.
  • Assisted over 100 constituents with issues related to veterans affairs, passports, green cards, jobdiscrimination, etc.
  • Summer 2012 Attended various events to assist veterans in finding housing, jobs, education, benefits, etc.
  • Researched and analyzed policy on Veterans Affairs and environment for staff members and Senator Feinstein.
  • Analyzed financial medical statements, mortgage statements, business grants and subsidies pertaining to veterans.
  • Researched policies on veterans health affairs - in collaboration with the Subcommittee on Health

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Manned the front desk answering constituent and house calls regarding issues or tasks needing Congressman, staff, or intern assistance.
  • Conduct daily administrative and front desk duties including speaking with constituents, greeting and directing guests, and organizing constituent inquiries.
  • Provide special guests and constituents with a private tour of the Capitol as well as staff front desk area.
  • Assisted in administrative duties-front desk operations, mail sorting, constituent tours, etc.
  • Helped with front desk operations through sorting mail and at times with scheduling requests.
  • Managed front desk in U.S. Capitol office, handled incoming calls, greeted guests.
  • Managed front desk interactions while answering phones and sorting mail.
  • Staffed front desk of campaign headquarters.
  • Front desk attendant handling all the offices visitors and guests as well as answering the phone in a professional manner.
  • Create and distribute informational kits for families traveling to Washington D.C. Front desk management and constituent reception.

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Completed various data entry assignments; categorized and organized constituent data for campaign purposes.
  • Performed data entry and archiving for Senate Democratic Media Center.
  • Conducted day-to-day administrative work, legislative research, and data entry, helped constituents, and assisted staff.
  • Performed reception and secretarial duties, Excel data entry, and analysis.
  • Assist with other data entry and assistant administrative task when needed.
  • Carried out administrative tasks such as data entry regarding new legislation.
  • Assisted with data entry projects pertinent to the congressional district.
  • Trusted with confidential Data Entry into the Congressional IQ System.
  • Conducted data entry tasks, scanned and faxed documents.
  • Update all constituent contact information on the data entry programs
  • Account receptionist responsible for data entry of constituent mail.
  • Maintained databases for the office including data entry.
  • Research and data entry for constituent services
  • Catalogued constituent communications into digital data entry forms.
  • Performed fundraising research and data entry, which lead to increase in funds raised
  • Answered Phones Data Entry Writing/Editing/Spell checking Assisted with events Anything that was needed

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Here's how Social Security is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Acted as a liaison and information provider for the district Consulted with constituents regarding Social Security and insurance benefits
  • Supported legislative assistants with immigration paperwork, social security benefits, and veteran affairs assistance.
  • Maintained regular written communication with Veteran's and Social Security Administrations.
  • Assisted staff with legislative tasks on banking, economics, budget, social security, and other issues.
  • Completed casework related to VA, Social Security, and other types of constituent claim inquiries.
  • Penned constituent letters regarding women's health, Social Security, and international causes.
  • Reviewed U.S. Code regarding concurrent receipt of veteran's benefits and Social Security benefits.
  • Assisted with casework regarding various governmental agencies, including FEMA and Social Security.
  • Open case files regarding visas, Social Security, VA issues, etc.

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Here's how Health Care is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Conducted research for policy on the Medicare Prescription Drug Act 2000 and on the privatization of health care and Social Security.
  • Researched and recommended political positions on Patent law reforms, the Affordable Health Care Act, and the Dodd-Frank Act.
  • Attended congressional hearings/briefings, and provided senior staff comprehensive reports and legislative updates concerning budget and health care issues.
  • Conducted legislative research on House bill proposals related to health care, defense, immigration, and foreign policy.
  • Attended hearings and policy briefings regarding banking, economics, health care, and the environment.
  • Worked on compiling research concerning Health Care, Africa - in particular Ethiopia and Ghana.
  • Researched policy on health care, budget and taxes to brief staffers and the Representative.
  • Researched tax, health care, and other small business issues for upcoming hearings.
  • Conducted extensive research on political topics, including health care policy and hemp.
  • Researched issues ranging from foreign policy positions to domestic health care programs.
  • Provided constituent correspondence during passage of Affordable Health Care Act.
  • Researched a variety of issues, such as health care, on-going military efforts, defense spending, and national disasters.
  • Organized Town Hall meetings for Obamacare Health Care Reform Bill.
  • Project deliverable for rural tele-health adoption, research interoperability issues among EMR/EHR data, and cyber security concerns regarding health care.

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Here's how Special Events is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assisted in the Congressional special events planning, notably the Annual D.C. Job Fair.
  • Collaborated as part of several teams to organize and operate special events.

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assisted caseworkers with processing new constituent cases and initiating Congressional inquiries- Completed special projects as assigned by staff
  • Completed special projects and research assignments requested by the Congressman, Chief of Staff, or other staff member.
  • Worked on special projects and assisted in planning events for District 17 of New Jersey.
  • Executed special projects related to the administrative duties of the district office.
  • Assist in special projects regarding legislation, communications, and other areas.
  • Worked on special projects and assisted in planning events.
  • Performed work on special projects given by office staff.
  • Conducted research on pending legislative issues and special projects.
  • Assisted with special projects and legislative proceedings.
  • Provided administrative support and gained familiarization with governmental processes Conducted constituent relations, attended legislative sessions and completed special projects
  • Assisted with various special projects including Academy Day nominations Provided constituent communication by drafting letters and written documents
  • Assist in any special projects (Congressional Art Competition, Small Business Workshops, etc.
  • Attended hearings, wrote memoranda and helped Legislative Assistants and Correspondents with special projects.

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22. Foreign Affairs
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  • Attended Senate Foreign Relations Committee briefings and hearings on South Asia, counter-terrorism and foreign affairs legislation.
  • Directed research on Cub and other foreign affairs with countries that reside in the Caribbean.
  • Researched news stories daily to produce clippings for staffers (Foreign Affairs focus).
  • Organized African Nations Adoption research for a Congressional Black Caucus foreign affairs proposal.
  • Assist Legislative Director with foreign affairs and health care portfolio.
  • Attended various political briefings dealing with domestic and foreign affairs.
  • Attended Foreign Affairs and Financial Services Committee hearings.
  • Research public policy topics such as healthcare, defense, and foreign affairs for senior staff.
  • Crafted memoranda about foreign affairs and health care policy to provide research support for legislativecorrespondents and the Senator.

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23. Policy Research
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Here's how Policy Research is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Provided constituent advocacy, tracked legislation, and conducted policy research on veteran, military, and national security issues.
  • Conducted biographical/policy research for meetings with political action committees and Senators.
  • Aided constituents while conducting vast international policy research.
  • Conducted policy research and attended congressional hearings.
  • Collected and analyzed health policy research.
  • Summer, 2003 Conduct foreign policy research/analysis, arrange/attend meetings between CFR Members and Capitol Hill
  • Worked with analysts to assist in public policy research and writing tasks.
  • Conducted policy research through forms of analysis to aid legislative staff.
  • Constructed issue briefs, and press statements after conducting policy research.
  • Assisted legislative staff with policy research, casework and constituent mail
  • Performed policy research pertaining to the Congresswoman's legislative agenda Attended and reported back on Congressional briefings and hearings for staff
  • Handled Policy Discussions through Direct Communications w/ Constituent's on daily basis Policy research
  • Provided services and solved problems daily for constituents from Alabama's 6th district Conducted public policy research for constituents and staff members
  • Conducted policy research, addressing concerns that affect the constituents of the First Congressional District of Arkansas.
  • Conducted policy research on the dangers and problems associated with "re-homing" adoptive children and Special Immigrant Visas.
  • Prepared Congressional Remarks for Members Policy Research Participated in the Screening Process of tele-townhall meeting

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24. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assisted legislative assistants, including managing information and providing professional customer service in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment.
  • Provided world-class customer service through answering phones and dealing patiently and professionally with constituent concerns.
  • Attended professional development opportunities to increase job knowledge, technical expertise and customer service.
  • Provided exemplary customer service to visitors while staffing telephones and greeting to office.
  • Performed other administrative and customer service related responsibilities as assigned daily.
  • Performed customer service tasks addressing constituent concerns and scheduling tours.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to constituents while working in a fast paced environment, handling numerous amount of task at once.
  • Key Contributions: * Recognized for consistent delivery of high-touch constituent care and customer service as Congressman's liaison.
  • Answered incoming calls on a multiple line system responding to constituent needs in a customer service-like manner.
  • Employed Professional Customer Service Skills during all event and was in charge of registration and organization.
  • Developed customer service skills by leading constituent tours of the Capitol.
  • Act as liaison between constituents and governmental corporations on behalf of Congressperson Perform customer services related to public service

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25. Research Projects
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Here's how Research Projects is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Performed research projects pertinent to proposed legislation and amendments.
  • Conducted research projects for office staff such as compiling data about Texas Community Banks for a presentation by the Congressman.
  • Assisted with various research projects relating to cases of constituents in need of financial assistance and government support.
  • Worked on various research projects concerning health care, congressional affairs, government budgets, and current events.
  • Worked with the Congressional Research Services for research projects and presentations.
  • Conducted research projects for Chief of Staff and Communications Director.
  • Composed in-depth research projects for Congressman and his staff.
  • Work on research projects with the legislative staff.
  • Led research projects related to labor-related issues.
  • Assisted scheduler in responding to constituent meeting requests Supported the staff in completing legislative research projects

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26. Medicare
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Here's how Medicare is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Researched and analyzed policy on gun laws, child welfare, Medicare, mental health services, and defense- related issues.
  • Provided legislation research for Congressional staffers on issues such as fiscal policy and Medicare.
  • Participated in Medicare Open Enrollment Drive & Annual Veteran's Day Luncheon.

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27. Office Supplies
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28. Telephone Calls
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  • Performed front office tasks such as answering telephone calls, greeting visitors, and distributing mail.
  • Directed telephone calls, mail, and email from constituents to the appropriate offices and staff.
  • Responded to incoming telephone calls, requests for information or took appropriate action.
  • Answered telephone calls and sent inquiries to the proper staff members.
  • Fielded constituent telephone calls on behalf of the Congressman.
  • Handled constituent correspondence, answered telephone calls, and cataloged constituent emails, faxes, and letters daily in congressional computer database

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29. Facebook
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Here's how Facebook is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Administered social media and Facebook accounts.
  • Used Facebook and other social media outlets to better inform the Congressman's constituents on his stance regarding solitary confinement legislation.
  • Assisted the Press Secretary in drafting press clips each day and drafted articles for the Congressman's website and Facebook page.
  • Maintain Facebook and Twitter accounts; shoot and edit video; blog; design websites.
  • Drafted statements, press releases, Facebook posts, and letters of congratulation and support.
  • Drafted posts for the Congressman s Facebook page and analyzing its public engagement to strategize future content.
  • Developed a social networks strategy for Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.

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30. Political Issues
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  • Handled public relations with local media and constituents regarding prominent political issues.
  • Communicated directly with media and constituents regarding community & political issues.
  • Researched and reported on federal legislation and laws, current political issues, events impacting Arizona constituents and the news media.
  • Authored 2-3 daily news articles for web and radio on political issues on and around Capitol Hill.
  • Researched political issues and answered constituents' questions and concerns via phone calls and mail.
  • Addressed constituent concerns regarding the Senator and his stance on legislative acts and political issues.
  • Responded to hundreds of constituent letters per week, addressing a variety of political issues.
  • Researched important political issues such as Ebola, ISIS, and homelessness.
  • Analyzed a political issues survey mailed to constituents and reported findings back to the staff.

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31. Foreign Policy
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Here's how Foreign Policy is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Attended and summarized Congressional legislative hearings on measures and issues of foreign policy.
  • Researched U.S. foreign policy and security issues to brief legislative assistants
  • Researched issues concerning Foreign Policy and Education.
  • Drafted congressional correspondence, summary memos on defense and foreign policy topics, and performed constituent service duties as assigned.
  • Support the Vice President of New Initiatives with the Foreign Policy Fellowship Program through event planning and application review.
  • Focused on homeland security, foreign policy, and intelligence issues.
  • Focus on assisting with foreign policy, and immigration issues.
  • intern actively involved with governmental issues including housing, transportation, energy, environment, foreign policy and healthcare.

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32. Correspondence Letters
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Here's how Correspondence Letters is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Intern -Prepared constituent correspondence letters.
  • Drafted constituent correspondence letters on issues such as the Ukrainian conflict, EPA, and the IRS Targeting Investigation.
  • Folded, stuffed, and sealed constituent correspondence letters to be mailed.
  • Maintained constituent databases, as well as drafted regular correspondence letters and e-mail communications.

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33. Current Events
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Here's how Current Events is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Formulated memorandums on current events and congressional hearings that were distributed to staff advisers.
  • Researched relevant U.S. legislation and current events and drafted memos and official correspondence
  • Participated in regular briefings on current events and legislative issues.
  • Document constituent grievances and opinions on current events and legislation.
  • Worked independently to maintain electronic and hard copy database of current events of interest to and concerning the Congressman.
  • Monitored current events and media coverage on the Congressman.
  • Maintained knowledge of relevant local and national current events.

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34. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Created a PowerPoint presentation which included an overview of the legislative process.
  • Intern -Create PowerPoint presentations to educate others on assigned topics.

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35. Congressional Research Service
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Here's how Congressional Research Service is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Completed a research project investigating oil and alternative energy legislation using the Congressional Research Service and The Library of Congress.
  • Tracked and documented legislative activities and supported numerous research efforts utilizing legislative databases and Congressional Research Services (CRS).
  • Trained by Congressional Management Foundation, Congressional Research Service.
  • Utilized the Congressional Research Service database.
  • Researched the merits of the tobacco subsidy using primary sources from the Congressional Research Service and the General AccountingOffice.
  • Received certification by the Congressional Research Service to conduct tours of the U.S. Capitol Complex.
  • Researched and tracked bills using Library of Congress (Thomas) and Congressional Research Service.
  • Conduct research for Congressman and constituents, using congressional research services and tools.
  • Participated in Congressional Research Service training sessions at the Library of Congress.
  • Drafted memoranda summarizing briefings, seminars and hearings, and researched specific policy areas using the Congressional Research Service.
  • Conducted research for Representative Boren concerning tort reform and the fast food industry through the Congressional Research Service and internet research.
  • Completed Congressional Research Service training, which include practical knowledge of Federal Government structure and rulemaking processes.

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36. Committee Meetings
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Here's how Committee Meetings is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Researched policy, prepared position papers, attended committee meetings, corresponded with constituents
  • Debriefed staff as to information gathered at various Congressional Committee meetings.
  • Attended committee meetings for legislative analysts.
  • Attended committee meetings, conferences, hearings and seminars to increase my knowledge of the American political system.
  • Attended committee meetings; summarized the specifics of the meeting and wrote a memorandum for the appropriate staff.
  • Attended briefings, events, and committee meetings and drafted detailed reports on the various topics in discussion.
  • Planned and coordinated logistics and materials for board meetings, committee meetings, and staff events.
  • Attended and summarized committee meetings relating to children, health and environment for staff members.
  • Prepared the Congressman for committee meetings, congressional briefings, and legislative mark-ups.
  • Attended committee meetings to take notes and deliver summaries to legislative staff.
  • Attended and summarized U.S. House of Representatives committee and sub-committee meetings.
  • Attended hearings, briefings, markups and committee meetings.
  • Assisted in preparing and staffing Steering and Outreach Committee meetings
  • Attend floor sessions as well as committee meetings.
  • Categorized/regulated postal influx and various constituent services; and Staffed and assisted with Republican Study Committee meetings/communications reports
  • Observed congressional committee meetings and hearings to better serve constituents Responded directly to constituent phone calls, emails, and mail inquiries
  • Answered and transferred phone calls Conducted letter writing and handled the transfer of letters Wrote the minutes and memos for committee meetings

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37. Constituent Database
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Here's how Constituent Database is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Researched legislation, responded to constituent concerns, and managed constituent database
  • Summarized congressional hearings to update and manage constituent databases.
  • Utilized I-Constituent database to manage congressional data and contacts.
  • Managed and updated constituent database.
  • Compiled research, wrote congressional correspondence, assisted with management of the constituent database, and assisted with schedule requests.
  • Create and maintain constituent databases Address constituent concerns via multiple mediums Staff and attend various political forums and events
  • Scheduled appointments, processed mail, answered phone calls, updated websites, and managed a constituent database.
  • Assisted with management of the constituent database.

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38. Greeting Visitors
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Here's how Greeting Visitors is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assisted with receptionist area by greeting visitors and managing appointments.
  • Maintained the front office by answering the phones, greeting visitors and coordination tour requests.
  • Assisted with front desk operations, including answering phone calls and greeting visitors.

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39. Current Legislative Issues
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Here's how Current Legislative Issues is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Attended various committee meetings, hearings, and briefings about current legislative issues and prepared reports on legislation.
  • Attended meetings, hearings, and briefings to stay abreast of current legislative issues.
  • Attended hearings and briefings to remain informed about current legislative issues.
  • Attended meetings, hearings, and briefings concerning current legislative issues.
  • Conducted research on current legislative issues, corresponded with constituents.

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41. Form Letters
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Here's how Form Letters is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Drafted form letters and emails to constituents responding to questions and explaining policy.
  • Assist in developing and editing form letters in response to constituent mail.
  • Composed form letters to respond to constituents regarding dozens of political topics.

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42. Extensive Research
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Here's how Extensive Research is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Administered extensive research in connection with quantum information technology, creating and providing questionnaire packets for Congressional Committee Hearings.
  • Conducted extensive research and performed casework for constituents, interest groups and legislative committees.
  • Assist caseworkers by conducting extensive research required in various complex and time-sensitive projects.
  • Conducted extensive research regarding legislative proposals.
  • Conducted extensive research on a variety of legislative issues.

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43. Policy Memos
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Here's how Policy Memos is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Drafted policy memos concerning foreclosure rates and loan issuance for Senior Legislative Assistant
  • Contributed to legislative decision-making by producing well-researched policy memos.
  • Composed policy memos pertaining to the district.
  • Drafted policy memos for staff.
  • Assisted Health Legislative Advisor with constituent needs * Created correspondence letters and policy memos
  • Managed constituent issues and concerns Drafted policy memos, press releases, letters, and social media posts

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44. Administrative Assistance
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Here's how Administrative Assistance is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Provided administrative assistance for Congressional Staffers and Constituent Advocates.
  • Provided research and administrative assistance to the office of the American Samoan Delegate to the House of Representatives in Congress.
  • Provided legal research and administrative assistance to staff developing legislation for the Committee on Energy & Commerce.
  • Provide administrative assistance to members of Congress and their staff, attend meetings and interface with constituents.
  • Provided administrative assistance to Congressman, Tim Murphy and his staff.
  • Provided administrative assistance to members of Congress and their staff.
  • Provide administrative assistance and contribute to constituent casework (esp.
  • Created and maintained government documents.Provided administrative assistance throughout the district office (i.e.

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45. IRS
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Here's how IRS is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Managed constituent casework regarding immigration visas, public utilities, and veteran affairs
  • Collaborated with legislative assistants to complete research on current affairs topics.
  • Conducted legislative research on veteran affairs.
  • Composed dossiers for the Congressman relating to the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the House Natural Resources Committee.
  • Worked as an assistant to the Legislative Assistant responsible for Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Defense issues.
  • Acted as first line of interaction for constituents contacting the Congressional office via phone or in person.
  • Assisted staffers on casework involving issues surrounding Immigration, IRS, Health Care, and Veteran Affairs.
  • Created new reference files in which to compile information regarding the Foreign Affairs Department of the office.
  • Provided clarification of the congresswoman's laws and governmental affairs to constituents by person and phone.
  • Assisted the Congressman in serving the constituents of the First Congressional District of New Jersey.
  • Served as office's first point of contact volunteers, supporters, and visiting politicians.
  • Be the first face constituents see when they entered the office.
  • Assisted with Public Affairs/Public Relations, research and documentation.
  • Conducted intensive legislative research, specifically in regards to foreign affairs and security issues.
  • Worked on foreign affairs-related legislations e.g.
  • Familiarized summer interns with the congressional office so that they could begin productive assignments for the congressman on their first day.
  • Acted as the first contact with constituents, which included providing tours, answering phones, and writing constituent mail.
  • Intern for the Office of Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Miami-Dade, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • Conducted research regarding financial services, foreign affairs and healthcare reform.
  • Initiated investigations involving immigrations, social security, Medicaid, and IRS cases for constituents.

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46. Federal Issues
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Here's how Federal Issues is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Communicated with constituents about federal issues and local events.
  • Work on constituent cases for follow up with constituents and federal agencies on federal issues.
  • Advocated for clients (25+ caseload) concerning a wide array of federal issues.
  • Assist with the intake of walk in constituents with federal issues.
  • Processed case work for district constituents to assist with federal issues.
  • Helped citizens to understand federal issues and policies.
  • Assisted with constituent communications regarding passports, Social Security, Medicaid and other federal issues.

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47. Congressional Inquiries
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Here's how Congressional Inquiries is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Assist with constituents cases with supervisor by updating information to handle congressional inquiries within federal agencies.
  • Responded to over a 100 congressional inquiries to constituents in District.
  • Assisted the office with Congressional inquiries and office projects.
  • Assisted in gathering deliverables and provided notes at congressional inquiries and hearings on several controversial issues regarding the military.

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48. New Interns
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Here's how New Interns is used in Congressional Internship jobs:
  • Led constituents on comprehensive tours of the Capitol daily and trained new interns how to conduct thorough tours as well.
  • Provided training to new Interns on task delegation, job role definition, and tour procedures.
  • Team administration - Trained new interns and coordinated outreach projects with new interns.
  • Trained new interns on the database.
  • Helped edit pressreleases and train new interns.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Congressional Internship

Constituent Correspondence

22.9%

Legislative Staff

12.9%

Policy Issues

11.7%

Congressional Hearings

6.2%

Press Releases

4.8%

Government Agencies

4.2%

Staff Members

3.9%

Congresswoman

3.7%

Capitol Tours

3.6%

Capitol Building

3.4%

Intranet Quorum

3.2%

Committee Hearings

3.0%

Congressional Office Staff

2.9%

Administrative Tasks

2.5%

Veterans

2.2%

Front Desk

2.2%

Data Entry

2.1%

Social Security

1.9%

Health Care

1.4%

Special Events

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Congressional Internship

Rank Skill
1 Constituent Correspondence 19.3%
2 Legislative Staff 10.9%
3 Policy Issues 9.9%
4 Congressional Hearings 5.3%
5 Press Releases 4.1%
6 Government Agencies 3.6%
7 Staff Members 3.3%
8 Congresswoman 3.1%
9 Capitol Tours 3.0%
10 Capitol Building 2.8%
11 Intranet Quorum 2.7%
12 Committee Hearings 2.5%
13 Congressional Office Staff 2.4%
14 Administrative Tasks 2.1%
15 Veterans 1.9%
16 Front Desk 1.9%
17 Data Entry 1.8%
18 Social Security 1.6%
19 Health Care 1.2%
20 Special Events 1.1%
21 Special Projects 1.1%
22 Foreign Affairs 1.1%
23 Policy Research 0.9%
24 Customer Service 0.8%
25 Research Projects 0.8%
26 Medicare 0.7%
27 Office Supplies 0.7%
28 Telephone Calls 0.7%
29 Facebook 0.6%
30 Political Issues 0.6%
31 Foreign Policy 0.6%
32 Correspondence Letters 0.6%
33 Current Events 0.5%
34 Powerpoint 0.5%
35 Congressional Research Service 0.5%
36 Committee Meetings 0.5%
37 Constituent Database 0.4%
38 Greeting Visitors 0.4%
39 Current Legislative Issues 0.4%
40 Twitter 0.4%
41 Form Letters 0.4%
42 Extensive Research 0.4%
43 Policy Memos 0.4%
44 Administrative Assistance 0.4%
45 IRS 0.3%
46 Federal Issues 0.3%
47 Congressional Inquiries 0.3%
48 New Interns 0.3%
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