Brownsberger Accepting Summer Internship Applications

Photo: State Sen. Will Brownsberger is accepting summer internship applications (The Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill, Boston (Credit: Upstateherd – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

State Senator Will Brownsberger is accepting applications for part-time, unpaid internships for the summer of 2023. Applications are due on Monday, April 10.

Two types of opportunities are available: general office internships for high school and college students and legislative internships for college grads and law school students.

Read the senator’s website post for details about the internships and how to apply.

Any questions? Contact Kimberley Hutter,

State Rep Rogers Seeking Summer Internship Applicants

Photo: State Rep. Dave Rogers

State Rep. Dave Rogers is pleased to announce that he will once again be welcoming interns to his team for the summer. Feedback through the past few years is that interns enjoy a richly rewarding experience and learn a great deal about our system of government generally, and the legislative process specifically.

Internships are available to college students, graduates, and high school students who have completed their junior year from the 24th Middlesex District. Those interested should send both a cover letter and resume – if the student has one – to Kira Arnott at by Friday, April 30.

In a typical summer, interns would be in our office for about 12 hours a week. However, this summer our office will be holding our internships remotely due to Covid-19, so interns can expect a more flexible schedule.

Internships with the State Legislature offer many opportunities, including policy research, constituent services, networking, and daily seminars presented by the State House specifically for interns. Particularly in times like these, it is rewarding to help young people begin to understand the importance of our democratic institutions.

Future Pols and Policy Wonks: Brownsberger Announces Summer ’15 Internships

Photo: State Sen. Will Brownsberger (left) with former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.

State Sen. Will Brownsberger announced today that up to four part-time unpaid internships in his State House office will be available to students from his district for the summer of 2015.

Legislative internships offer students a wide variety of experiences including issue research, constituent service, legislative work and budget tracking. Daily seminars on different aspects of state government are scheduled by the Senate.

Internships are open to undergraduate college students and to high school students who will have completed their sophomore year. All applicants must have a permanent residence in the senator’s district which includes Belmont.

Each internship will require a commitment of 10 to 12 hours a week in the office, with potential additional research work outside scheduled hours.

The application deadline is Friday, March 6. A cover letter and resume should be sent to or mailed to:

State Sen William Brownsberger

State House, Room 413C

Boston, MA 02133

Interviews will be conducted in March and applicants will be notified of their status by April 10.