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Betsy Rader for Congress

Posted on August 1, 2017

Intern With A Congressional Campaign

Betsy Rader is looking for enthusiastic, politically minded future leaders to intern with Betsy Rader for Congress in the Fall of 2017 and in the Winter of 2017.

This is a unique opportunity for hardworking, passionate future leaders to gain real life, hands on experience in Democratic politics, strengthen their understanding of the political process and prepare for future political opportunities. It’s also a great way to form lasting connections and memories while working to elect Democrats in Northeast Ohio.

In addition to typical intern duties you will have the opportunity to volunteer in community outreach projects and grassroots organizing. You will also have the opportunity to attend general campaign functions and fundraisers.

Each department within the intern program offers you a unique learning experience. If you have any questions regarding the internship you can email the campaign at

The District

Betsy Rader is running for the United States House of Representatives in Ohio’s 14th Congressional District against David Joyce. The district includes all of Ashtabula, Lake, and Geauga Counties, in addition to eastern Cuyahoga County, northern Trumbull County, northern Portage County, and northeastern Summit County.

The Campaign is currently working out of Novelty, Ohio.

Intern for College Credit

The campaign has partnered with a number of colleges in Northeast Ohio to provide experiential learning
credits for college students. Find out if your school qualifies today.

To apply to be an intern please visit


Please note that the Department of Political Science alerts our students to a range of opportunities, including internships, fellowships, and jobs.  We do not endorse or sponsor these, and leave it to the judgment of our students what is most useful and appropriate to them.

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