Student Internship

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Get practical experience working at the heart of a modern political campaign!

Learn:

  • Communications Strategy
  • Public Policy
  • Campaign Management

Program Features:

  • Meet State Legislators, Professional Campaign Strategists, and Local Politicians at the Campaign’s Friday Speaker Series

  • Use powerful voter-targeting software

  • Qualify to become a Deputy Campaign Manager

When and Where:

Campaign Headquarters is open from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Interns can create their own schedules, but are generally expected to commit to at least one hour a week. The program begins September 5, with an orientation scheduled for late August. The program culminates in an Election Watch Party on Tuesday, November 8. Campaign Headquarters is located at 919 Reserve Drive / Roseville, CA 95678.

How to Apply:

The internship program is open to high school and college students. Apply by answering all three questions in the application below. Answers should be no more than three sentences in length. If you qualify, you will be contacted by William Kolkey, Campaign Manager, with details about the Orientation. Admission is on a rolling basis, and spaces are limited!

Questions?

You can reach the Campaign Manager, William Kolkey, at 916-745-6284.

Student Internship Application

Use the form below to answer these three questions. Answers to each question should be no more than three sentences in length.

Q 1: Why do you want to intern for the Kiley for Assembly Campaign?

Q 2: What is the California State Assembly?

Q 3: What public policy issues interests you most? Why?

What interests you most about volunteering for the Kiley for Assembly Campaign?