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I worked at United States Congress as an intern (Less than a year)
Ability to make a lasting impact on constituents and other major players. Awesome way to spend a summer in D.C. and connections are awesome.
Most of the time interns are unpaid. Your experiences will often be dependent on the office you work in. Was lucky enough to be able to have great coworkers around me who wanted to see me succeed.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at United States Congress (Washington, DC) in November 2016.
Interview was very straight forward. I did mine via phone as I go to school far away. It was very basic as I was asked about my studies and interests and why I wanted to do this job. They asked about my interests in working there and what kind of things I was hoping to accomplish being there. They also asked me for reason I wanted to work for this congressmen and which of his person