The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

So You Want To Be A White House Intern? Info Session on Wednesday 1/23

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Are you interested in a career in public policy or public service?  Do you think you might enjoy walking around the West Wing as part of your job?  Then come to an info session hosted by the Rockefeller Center this Wednesday, January 23rd, at 3 pm in Morrison Commons (ground floor, Rockefeller Center) to learn how YOU could become a White House Intern.

Hear from Lindsay Brewer ‘13 and Brandon DeBot ‘14, two Rockefeller Center funded interns this past fall, as they discuss their experiences at the Office of the Vice President and the National Economic Council and give inside tips on the application process. They will offer advice on each step of the application process and insights into the various projects and events White House Interns participate in.

You will also learn about other opportunities in the 16 departments of the Executive Office of the President, which include:

  1. Cabinet Affairs
  2. The Office of the Chief of Staff
  3. Communications Department
  4. Domestic Policy Council
  5. National Economic Council
  6. The Office of Digital Strategy
  7. Office of Legislative Affairs
  8. The Office of Management and Administration
  9. The Office of Presidential Correspondence
  10. The Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs
  11. The Office of the First Lady
  12. The Office of the Vice President
  13. The Office of the White House Council
  14. The Office of Presidential Personnel
  15. Department of Scheduling and Advance
  16. White House Fellows

The application deadline for the summer White House Internship Program is next Sunday, January 27th, so you don’t want to miss this opportunity!

Click here to learn more information about the White House Internship Program.

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences