Internships

Due to ongoing health concerns, the starting dates for internships may be adjusted. For more information, please call my office at 978-459-0101.

Internships in my office offer a comprehensive learning opportunity to better understand how congressional offices and the legislative process works. I am committed to engaging interested applicants in their interests of public service and specific issue areas. Intern responsibilities include (but are not limited to):


Washington, DC Office - General Internship
  • Attend meetings, hearings, and briefings
  • Draft memos on a subject matter
  • Answer and log constituent phone calls and voicemails
  • Research legislation and policy issues
  • Assist in sorting constituent mail
  • Draft letters in response to constituent mail on legislative issues
  • Conduct tours of the Capitol building for constituents
  • Research daily press clips
  • Learn the congressional legislative process and functions of the legislative branch
  • Process incoming invitations for the Member
  • Confirm event details for scheduled events and meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Washington, DC Office - Press Internship
  • Social media content development
  • Event photography
  • Compiling press clips
  • Clipping videos including floor speeches and media interviews
  • Creating graphics
  • Drafting press releases and advisories
  • Answering phones
  • Other duties as needed to support the communications team

For this internship, we also recommend, but do not require, applicants submit a sample graphic.


District Office
  • Draft memos on a subject matter
  • Assist with resolving constituent casework
  • Answer and log constituent phone calls and voicemails
  • Research legislation and policy issues
  • Assist in sorting constituent mail
  • Draft letters in response to constituent mail on legislative issues
  • Research daily press clips
  • Learn the congressional legislative process and functions of the legislative branch
  • Process incoming invitations for the Member
  • Confirm event details for scheduled events and meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

My office is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, parental status, veteran status, or any other protected status under applicable laws. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Ties to the district are preferred but not required. While we are happy to provide course credit when applicable, enrollment in a higher education institution is not required.

Internship hours can be flexible to accommodate students' course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Application Deadlines
Summer (May – August): We accept applications on a rolling basis

Fall 2020: Now accepting applications

Spring 2021: TBD

All applications must be submitted through the online application below.

For a Washington, DC general internship, in addition to submitting the online application below, please send your cover letter and resume to Alex Karabatsos (Alexandra.Karabatsos@mail.house.gov) on my team.

For a Washington, DC press internship, in addition to submitting the online application below, please send your cover letter and resume (and optional graphic) to David Todisco (David.Todisco@mail.house.gov) on my team.

For a Massachusetts based internship, in addition to submitting the online application below, please also send your cover letter and resume to Jack Brindisi (Jack.Brindisi@mail.house.gov) on my team.


Thank you for your interest in our internship program.

Due to ongoing health concerns, the starting dates for internships may be adjusted. For more information, please call my office at 978-459-0101.

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