State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) encourages college students and recent graduates to apply for a paid Statehouse internship before the Oct. 31 deadline.

Jordan said college sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as well as recent graduates and graduate students of all majors, can apply for an internship with the Indiana House of Representatives. House interns will be paid $800 bi-weekly while working at the Indiana Statehouse in downtown Indianapolis during the 2023 legislative session, starting in January and concluding at the end of April.

“College students and recent graduates have a great opportunity to develop professional skills and work experience through the House internship program,” Jordan said. “They can earn money while working with elected officials and learn more about the legislative process.”

Interested Hoosiers should visit and complete the application before Oct. 31. According to Jordan, intern interviews are currently taking place to fill positions in legislative operations, policy, and communications and media relations departments.

Internships are full-time, Monday through Friday, and include free parking, career and professional development assistance, enrollment access to an Indiana government class, and opportunities to earn academic credits through the student’s college or university. Interns are also eligible to apply for a competitive $3,000 scholarship to use toward undergraduate and graduate expenses.

Article provided by Rep. Jordan’s Office