House Committee on Ways and Means Internship Program

Thank you for your interest in the Minority Staff of the House Committee on Ways and Means internship program. We are currently seeking reliable and professional individuals with a positive attitude and strong work ethic.

The Committee is responsible for tax, health, trade, social security, welfare, and other important policy issues. An internship with Ways and Means provides students with the unique opportunity to learn about the legislative process and experience, first-hand, the operations of this crucial Congressional Committee.

As an intern with the Committee on Ways and Means, you will assist staff in research assignments within the Committee’s jurisdiction, prepare for hearings, assist with administrative support, and take on special projects. Much of the work you will do is actual work performed on a daily basis by our Committee professional staff.

Full and part-time positions are available throughout the year. Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Internships during the school year last a full semester.

Please complete and return the application, along with your resume, to the email address listed below.

Ways and Means Graduate Internship Application

Ways and Means Undergraduate Internship Application

Please submit this application and resume as one PDF package to

Applications are due by the following dates:

Spring Term – November 1st
Summer Term – March 1st
Fall Term – July 1st

Internships terms range from the following dates*:

Spring Term – January 11th, 2021 – May 7, 2021
Summer Term – Late May/Early June – Middle of August
Fall Term – September 7, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply to the office which best reflects their policy interests and political views. Those interested in interning for the Majority (Democrat) Staff can find their internship information on their website.

Any questions about the Ways and Means Committee internship program can be sent to

* Internship term dates are flexible, and the Committee will take school schedules into consideration in setting beginning and end dates for an internship.