Asm. Carol Murphy Internships 2021

Asm. Carol Murphy Internships 2021

RIPPAC Internship Guide - Summer 2021


Name of Company / Association / Organization  Office of Assemblywoman Carol Murphy


Internship Coordinator  Gianna Djuric   

Coordinator’s Phone / Email  856-735-5334/ 


Location of Main Office  Cinnaminson

 # of Summer 2021 Interns Accepted  4


Where will the internship be done?


In the main office      

Remotely (student works from home)       

Combo At-home & In-Office   X


Dates / Length of Summer Internship June 7th through September 6th     

Required Hours/Week  8-12


Is there some type of salary or stipend?  no

If so, how much? 


What is the application process?  (Please include deadlines & other requirements.  Feel free to attach additional pages)


Students can email a resume and cover letter to 


Intern work areas:            Clerical x           Research  x        Errands       Organizing x


Please explain the work that will be required of the intern: 


In the office, interns will have a chance to learn about the legislative process, how to draft press releases and run social media accounts, how to work a constituent case and do outreach within the community. Our office is always busy and interns may need to help with traditional office work such as answering the phones and answering emails.

Examples of the kind of work that will be done in the office:

- drafting a letter to send to a new business

- researching ideas for new legislation

-creating social media graphics for the Assemblywoman’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages

-doing intake for unemployment cases over the phone with constituents

-helping to plan the Assemblywoman’s future events/ clothing drives/ food drives



Will there be opportunities for the intern to observe:


Internal strategy sessions?  x             

Legislative sessions?  x       

Committee hearings? x


Is the intern expected to work evenings and weekends?  If so, please explain.  If there is an event on the weekends or in the evening that they would like to attend, they are more than welcome to.  However, we do not require any work before 9 a.m. or after 5 p.m.


Do you have any suggestions for the applicants? (Please use additional pages if necessary)


In the cover letter, please explain why you are interested in working in a Legislative District Office and let us know what you would like to focus on. The areas you can focus on are legislation, constituent services, outreach, communications/scheduling, or other. If you’re interested in legislation please let us know what policy areas you’re interested in.