Democratic Party Internships

NYC Mayors Office Summer Internship Program

Interns apply to the department that interests them most, and, if selected, will work within that department for the duration of their internship. In their positions, interns will have the chance to collaborate with staff and work on a range of projects. These projects may include conducting research, attending meetings, managing incoming inquiries, analyzing data, drafting briefings, staffing events, assisting with outreach, and supporting special projects. Through the bi-weekly Speaker Series, interns will learn more about the inner-workings of City government. These talks are held at historic City Hall, and guest speakers include Deputy Mayors, Commissioners, Program Directors and other senior staff. Interns will also have the opportunity to tour various Mayors’ Office facilities across our city.

For more information on this internship opportunity, please click here.
To apply, click here. The deadline to apply is March 20.


Nima Kulkarni Re-election Campaign Internship

Nima Kulkarni is running for re-election for state representative district 40. The campaign is looking for interns to help with campaign coordination, office work, communications, canvassing, and social media. Stipends are available. This is an opportunity to make a difference, have fun, and get experience.

Please call (502) 345-2669 or email if you are interested in this position.


Councilwoman Donna Purvis Internship

Councilwoman Purvis is seeking someone to intern as a staff helper. The intern will research ordinances, have verbal and written contact with government departments, and answer constituent calls. This position is not part of the Louisville Metro Internship Program.

Please contact Councilwoman Purvis at or at (502) 574-3905 if you are interested in this position.


Amy McGrath for Senate Internship

Amy McGrath’s Senate campaign is looking for enthusiastic interns to join the team. Interns will work and build skills in multiple departments of the campaign including finance, political, field, and communications. Interns should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of the campaign. Flexible schedule for students.

To apply, please click here.


Kentucky Democratic Party Internship

The Kentucky Democratic Party is once again offering an Internship Program. Several positions are available in the areas of field organizing, fundraising, research, communications, and digital media and advertising. We will attempt to place each intern into an appropriate position based on strength and interest. This program is a valuable opportunity for college students to learn more about the internal workings of a political party. These are unpaid positions, but you may be eligible for course credit. If you are interested but do not have the ability to do an unpaid internship, please still apply. There are a limited number of paid fellow positions available.

To apply, please submit your application to: https://kydemocrats.org/about/people/jobs/intern/
If you have any further questions, please contact Judy Look at (502) 582-51129 or


Congressman John Yarmuth Internship

Interns in Congressman John Yarmuth's office will be afforded the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of how government works while receiving college credit.  We offer a fast-paced and active office in which motivated college students can take advantage of vast and diverse opportunities and learn about the role a Congressional District Office plays in the community.

For more information about Congressman Yarmuth, go to: https://yarmuth.house.gov/.
For more information about the internship, please contact Gad Niyiragira at (502) 582-5129 or email at: