July 05, 2022

Apply for a Student Internship

Congressman Moulton is seeking hard-working individuals who are passionate, driven, and committed to public service for an internship in his Salem office and Washington D.C. office in Summer 2023.

Internships are intended for current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, students currently enrolled in graduate school. Under very rare circumstances the office will also host high school students.


  • Answering constituent phone calls and greeting constituents at the front desk
  • Taking notes at briefings and hearings
  • Categorizing and responding to constituent mail
  • Conducting tours of the Capitol for constituents
  • Drafting form letters and cosponsor requests for the Congressman
  • Assembling press and news clips
  • Performing a variety of other duties as assigned, such as conducting legislative research


Applicants can access the application here. or they can apply through the internship portal at moulton.house.gov, under the ‘Services’ tab. If you have trouble accessing the application form, please email kaitlyn.dinh@mail.house.gov.

You will need a cover letter and resume to apply, in addition to filling out the online application. If you are selected for an interview, a staff member will contact you. The application deadline is March 10 at 11:59pm ET.


Team Moulton is seeking exceptional students interested in foreign policy and national security to participate in the Fern Holland International Affairs Fellowship Program. This is a full-time, paid foreign policy fellowship for Summer 2023. This opportunity is based on financial need and is only open to candidates who are Pell-grant eligible. The fellowship is in our Washington, D.C. office. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the fellow will work remotely. Current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, and students currently enrolled in graduate school are eligible.

Team Moulton is looking for hard-working individuals who are passionate, driven, and committed to strengthening our democracy. This fully-funded fellowship covers the cost of housing, transportation, and food with a stipend. Women, people of color, and members of other underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.

This fellowship offers an in-depth look into a career of service to our nation. Fellows will be expected to perform rigorous research, advise senior staff and the Congressman on important issues, and craft policies in international affairs and national security, in addition to some regularly assigned intern responsibilities.

To apply, please fill out the internship application form at moulton.house.gov under the ‘Services’ tab and attach a cover letter and resume, or click the link HERE. If you have trouble accessing the application form, please email kaitlyn.dinh@mail.house.gov

If selected, you will be required to submit a FAFSA form. We are accepting applications for Summer through March 10, 2023 at midnight Feel free to call our office with any questions you may have at (202) 225-8020 or email our internship coordinator, Kaitlyn Dinh (kaitlyn.dinh@mail.house.gov).