The UA Office of Federal Relations has internships are available for United States senators or congressmen. Congressional internships provide an opportunity for students to gain career-related experience while learning about public service and developing an understanding of the legislative process. Interns also receive UA course credit.
Applications are accepted at local congressional offices; if you have an internship in Washington D.C. the UA may provide a stipend to you:
Contact Congressional Staff for more information:
Sen. John McCain
Tucson Office: 407 West Congress Street, Suite 103, Tucson, AZ 85701 Main: (520) 670-6334; Fax: (520) 670-6637
Senator Jeff Flake
Tucson Office: 6840 North Oracle Road, Suite 150, Tucson, AZ 85704 Main: 520-575-8633; Fax: 520-797-3232
Rep. Raul Grijalva
Tucson Office: 738 N 5th Ave. Suite 110, Tucson, AZ 85705 Main: (520) 622-6788, Fax: (520) 622-0198
Rep. Ron Barber
Tucson Office: 3945 E. Fort Lowell Road, Suite 211, Tucson, AZ 85712 Main: (520) 881-3588, Fax: (520) 322-9490
The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade is a 501(c3) non-profit research and educational institution affiliated with the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. The Center is dedicated to developing the legal infrastructure to build trade capacity and promote economic development in the Americas.
This internship is a great opportunity for those interested in a publishing career or the book business in general. If chosen for this position, you will learn how manuscripts are submitted, acquired, reviewed, and selected for publication. You will improve research skills through research for special projects and grants. You will also have an opportunity to interview people at the UA Press from other departments to find out what they do. Summer and fall internships are available.
You are attending a world-renowned research institution. Can you imagine yourself working with a faculty mentor to probe the origins of the universe? To develop a lunar rover controlled over the internet? To create innovative educational materials for teaching science in elementary and secondary schools? To study the effects of zero-gravity on muscles and other organ systems? To devise a system for "mining" fuel from the Martian atmosphere? Or to study the effects of climatic and other changes on planet Earth?
The UA/NASA Space Grant Program will employ full-time undergraduate students 10-20 hours per week for the academic year in research programs, working alongside upper-level graduate students and practicing scientists. We seek a diverse group of students that is dedicated, enthusiastic and eager to learn. You do not need to be a rocket scientist or even a science or engineering major to apply. Applications are especially encouraged from members of under-represented minority groups and from women.
If you are ready for a challenge, application forms are available from Susan A. Brew, Space Grant Program Coordinator (520-621-8556) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) in room 349 of the Kuiper Space Sciences Building. Hurry! You just may discover the lodestar of your academic career!
Last Revised: 11/26/2014