Internships for KU Students

KU Interns at the U.S. CapitolThe KU Core Curriculum encourages students to add to their education through experiences such as service learning and internships. KU students can take part in the Washington D.C. Internship Program, operated by the Department of Political Science.

You can also find information on internships with members of Kansas' delegation at the following links.

Senator Pat Roberts

Senator Jerry Moran

Representative Tim Huelskamp - 1st District

Representative Lynn Jenkins - 2nd District

Representative Kevin Yoder - 3rd District

Representative Mike Pompeo - 4th District

 


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