2017 Betty Sutton Works for Ohio Internship
Interns will assist campaign staff in the daily operations of Former U.S. Representative Betty Sutton’s 2018 gubernatorial campaign. The 2017 Betty Sutton Works for Ohio Internships are available now for the Fall 2017 semester and again for Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 through to the November 2018 election. If interested in earning course credit, students should work with advisors and campaign staff to determine how the internship might fit into curricular requirements.
Interns will help with research, fundraising, event staffing, and administrative staff support. School and work schedules are acceptable but must be flexible to work 10-15 hours per a week. Possibility for evening or weekend hours if available. Interns will be an integral part of the campaign and will have the opportunity for growth and advancement.
Qualified candidates must have the following skills: An interest for politics and gubernatorial races. Ability and willingness to work under close deadlines in a fast-paced working environment. Must have excellent writing and computer skills, organizational, and customer services skills. Candidates are to have patience and ability to work within a diverse group of individuals. Ensure discretion and common sense when dealing with sensitive or timely information. Interns will have direct contact with the candidate and senior staff.
This internship is open to high school students 17 years or older and full-time or part-time college students. It is open to all qualified candidates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.
If interested in applying, send a resume, cover letter, and your hours of availability to Dory MacMillan at email@example.com.
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.