Florida House has an intern program that provides work experience and contacts in Washington D.C. for young Floridians. Interns generally work in the summer during, or just after, college. Internships are six to eight weeks long and nominal pay of $1,000 is offered to help off set expenses. Space is limited and positions are competitive. Below are some of our current and past interns.
If you know a young person interested in becoming a Florida House intern, please refer them to www.floridaembassy.com or call us at 202.546.1555. If you are interested in sponsoring one of the Florida House interns, the $1,000 stipend enables these young Floridians to more ably afford their six week stay in Washington. Please call Florida House President, Bart Hudson for details. Trustees may support an application with a letter of recommendation addressed to "Intern Program" at Florida House. This application may be given to a young friend interested in the Florida House intern program.
Click here to download Florida House's Intern Application Form
Our 2016 Interns
Jody Gilbert, Oviedo (Dean College, MA)
Abigail Megginson, Pensacola (University of West Florida)
Alezis Causey, Lakeland (University of West Florida)
Our 2015 Interns
Crews Chambers, Tampa (University of Florida)
Saga Moss Lundstrom, Lakeland (Florida Southern College)
Georgia May, Tallahassee (Clemson University)
Patrick Mims, Lakeland (University of Florida)
Nancy St. Clair (Florida Atlantic University)