Congressman Moulton offers internships throughout the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters in both his Washington, D.C. and Salem offices. Internships in our Washington, D.C. office are intended for current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, and students currently enrolled in graduate school. Internships in our Salem district office are intended for current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, and students currently enrolled in graduate school, and in some circumstances, we have high school students intern at the Salem office contingent upon their scheduling availability, and we highly encourage them to apply.
These internships are a great opportunity for interested students to gain hands-on experience in the legislative process. To apply, please fill out the form below and attach a cover letter and resume. A staff member will be in touch within a few weeks. Feel free to call our office with any questions you may have.
Included below are quotes from a few of our past interns about their experience in our office.
“My internship was both successful and challenging in that everyday I had the opportunity to learn something new, help constituents in need, and contribute to the success of Team Moulton.” -Will S., Spring 2016
“The people who work here are excellent and really do want to help the community and make everyone feel included. Therefore, I feel that the people I have worked with have really made the internship for me.” – Tayla B., Spring 2016
“Communication has been really one of the highlights of this internship. The open office setting allows you to interact regularly with caseworkers and other higher ups in the office. I feel like I have learned a lot about government simply from watching my coworkers.” – Eduardo C., Spring 2016
The deadline to submit an application for a Fall 2019 internship in Congressman Moulton’s office is July 20, 2019.
If you are interested in being a scheduling assistant, please indicate so in your cover letter. The scheduling assistant works directly with the Scheduler to ensure the office has prompt and effective communications with those who have scheduling requests. Additionally, the scheduling assistant helps to manage the congressman’s daily movements while in Washington, DC., is responsible for managing constituent requests, sending scheduling correspondence, and coordinating with District Office staff, among other tasks.
In this section, you will find information on the many ways my office can help you and your family. Below is a list of the issues we commonly address. If you cannot find what you're looking for, please either email me or call my Salem District Office and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have.