Democratic Party Internships
The Democratic Attorneys General Association Internship
This internship opportunity with DAGA is a one-of-a-kind experience that helps students learn more about the American political process. The term will begin in May and go through August (start and end dates are flexible depending on candidate availability). This is a non-employment internship opportunity. Internships are part-time and unpaid, but we can sign off on credit/service hours. Interns are offered flexible work schedules and hours are capped at 20 hours a week. Interns will receive a $250/week stipend to offset living costs. This is a remote internship. Applicants must have access to WiFi.
To learn more and apply, click here.
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 Donna.Purvis@louisvilleky.gov or at (502) 574-3905 if you are interested in this position.
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/
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.