Become a Florida House Intern
The intern program at Florida House provides a unique work experience in Washington D.C. for Floridians that are juniors or seniors in college. Internships are six to eight weeks long and are offered year round. A stipend of $1,000 is offered to help offset expenses. Space is limited and positions are competitive so we encourage you to apply as soon as you know your summer plans. If you know a young person interested in becoming a Florida House intern, please refer them to www.floridahousedc.org or call us at 202.546.1555.
Generous Floridians and Trustees make this program possible. Your donation of $1,000 enables these young Floridians to more ably afford their six-to-eight week stay in Washington. Please call Florida House President, Bart Hudson for details.
From Andrew Blasi, Florida House intern in 2006, “This summer has truly been one that I will never forget. I am grateful for all of the opportunities afforded me during the past eight weeks, from the wonderful people that I have met, to the multitude of skills that I have developed during my time at Florida House…. I understand the significance of being a resident in the only state in America to maintain such a magnificent organization in Washington DC. While working at Florida House, I have felt a strong sense of service toward my fellow Floridians, and as a result, I have been able to further satisfy my constant drive to help others. Not only have I been able to help constituents from my favorite state, but I was able to help them in my favorite city.“
If you wish you to complete the printed application please click here to download Florida House’s Intern Application Form for Fall 2016-Summer 2017. Please forward your application form, cover letter and resume to: jordan.pic@floridahousedc or mail to Florida House • Number One Second Street, NE • Washington, D.C. 20002 • Phone: (202) 546-1555
If you’re interested in completing the application online, please fill out the form below.
Past and Current Florida House Interns
2016 – Jody Gilbert, Oviedo (Dean College, MA); Abigail Megginson, Pensacola (University of West Florida); Alexis Causey, Lakeland (University of West Florida)
2015 – Crews Chambers, Tampa (University of Florida); Saga Moss Lundstrom, Lakeland (Florida Southern College); Georgia May, Tallahassee (Clemson University); Patrick Mims, Lakeland (University of Florida); Nancy St. Clair (Florida Atlantic University)
2014 – Devan Coffaro; ; Mackenzie Johnson; SSgt. Raymond Matheny, II; Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ McDonald; Lindsey Steck; Kathryn Krebs
2013 – Karlie LaCroix; Catherine Salm; Andrew Hamaty