BIPAC internships are available in business development, communications, political analysis and political operations. Click here to see job responsibilities.
Although no two work days are ever the same, each BIPAC intern has a project or projects to work on over the semester. About 70-80 % of a BIPAC intern’s work is substantive; the rest involves the more traditional “intern duties.”
BIPAC is looking for college students who are at least second semester sophomores, who show a lot of initiative, who can work well without a lot of supervision and who want to learn more about politics, PACs and grassroots organization from some of the political world’s leading practitioners.
BIPAC internships can be used for course credit but are unpaid, though transportation stipends are included. Internships are available for full or part-time work.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Kelly Knight.
Intern job descriptions.