Political Science Internships
Political Science majors receive upper division elective credit in your major for internships. You may choose from the internships below or from other nonprofit or government internships provided the experience is substantial and related to your major. If you have found an internship NOT on our website, you must ask your internship supervisor to complete the Internship Description and return it to Laureana Jones, the Internship Coordinator for approval.
Attorney General's Office
- Congressman Biggs – Offices in Mesa and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman Gallego – Offices in Phoenix and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman Gosar – Offices in Arizona and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman Grijalva – Offices in Tucson and Washington, D.C.
- Congresswoman Kirkpatrick – Offices in Tucson and Washington, D.C.
- Congresswoman Lesko – Offices in Glendale and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman O'Halleran – Offices in Tucson and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman Schweikert – Offices in Scottsdale and Washington, D.C.
- Congressman Stanton – Offices in Phoenix and Washington, D.C.
- Senator Kyrsten Sinema – Offices in Tucson, Phoenix and Washington D.C.
- Senator Mark Kelly – Offices in Tucson, Phoenix and Washington D.C.
See our page on Federal Agency internships
Local Government Agencies
Arizona Legislative Internship
The State of Arizona sponsors a Legislative Internship Program, which is administered by SGPP and coordinated by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Deans Office. Internships are awarded on a competitive basis. Students are eligible to apply if they have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have attained Senior standing or will do so by the Spring term. Students selected as Legislative Interns receive a modest stipend and work in Phoenix during the Spring semester as full-time staff members for the Legislature, the Governor's Office, and the Supreme Court.