Delegate Adams' 2018 interns, Chava Evans and Isabella Lee, volunteering to clean up Pony Pastures on Earth Day.
Delegate Dawn M. Adams has internship opportunities in her legislative office both during and outside of the 2019 General Assembly session. This position is unpaid, but does qualify for volunteer hours, and may qualify for course credit (inquire within to learn more).
Why be an Intern?
Gain computer and business-related office skills that will translate into many other jobs in your future;
Fun, fast working environment that is like no other;
Learn first-hand how the different levels of government work;
Witness the legislative process in-person and have a deeper understanding how policies shape our daily lives;
Meet new people and make new friends;
Be a part of history and make a difference in our community!
The internship opportunities are very flexible for each individual's availability and skill level. Whether you're a student in high school, college, working part-time, or retired from the work force, we can use your help!
All interns work closely with the Legislative Assistant but may also work on special projects as assigned by Delegate Adams herself. We are always working on special projects and have the ability for interns to work remotely. Delegate Adams is looking for individuals who are have amazing work ethic and willing to learn.
If you are interested in becoming an intern for Delegate Adams before, during, or after the 2019 General Assembly session, please complete the application below. Click here if you're using a mobile device.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have.