2016-2017 Internship Opportunities

*Please note that the following opportunities are not affiliated with The University of Oklahoma, its colleges or departments.*

American Heart Association: Oklahoma City Office


Send your resume to Charde.Ortiz@heart.org to apply!

Spring 2017 Internship: Office of Governor Mary Fallin

Position Location: State Capitol - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


The Office of Governor Mary Fallin is currently seeking part-time interns for the upcoming spring semester. The chosen candidates will have a number of duties, including assisting office staff with research, special events, attending committee and board meetings, database management, scheduling and correspondence. Applicants should be interested in government and working with Oklahoma’s top public policy officials.


Position Period: Spring 2017 (January through May)
Hours: Candidates should be available a minimum of 15 hours per week within the window of Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Qualifications:

  • College Junior or Senior studying political science, history, pre-law, economics, communications, or any other applicable field
  • Interest in public service, government and/or advocacy
  • Professional demeanor/positive attitude
  • Verbal and written communication skills
  • Phone experience/customer relations
  • Time-management
  • Research skills
  • Microsoft Office experience, specifically Word and Excel

Compensation: Non-paid; available for course credit.

Contact: Interested applicants may email a résumé and cover letter directly to katie.altshuler@gov.ok.gov. Please be sure to include “Internship Program: Spring 2017” in the subject line of the email.

The Journal Record Legislative Report

A premier legislative tracking and reporting company in Oklahoma politics, JRLR is currently seeking interns for the spring 2017 semester and legislative session. This is a valuable opportunity for students interested in politics, public policy or journalism. Students would assist the Journal Record with tracking bills, covering committee meetings, and observing the House and Senate floors in the spring. Past interns have received job offers at the Journal Record but also have gone on to work on campaigns in the Oklahoma legislature, lobbyist firms, and Washington D.C. This is a paid position and JRLR is more than willing to work with student’s schedules.


Contact:
Brett Sebastian
Legislative Manager & Internship Coordinator
405-278-2827 |
Brett.Sebastian@journalrecord.com