Congressman Andy Kim Summer Internships 2022

Congressman Andy Kim Summer Internships 2022

RIPPAC Internship Guide - Summer 2022



Name of Company / Association / Organization   Office of Congressman Andy Kim


Internship Coordinator Elizabeth “Lily” Antonowicz   

Coordinator’s Phone / Email


Location of Main Office 2444 Rayburn HOB Washington, D.C. 20515

Number of Summer 2022 Interns Accepted 2


Where will the internship be done? (See section on COVID-19 workplace requirements for more details.)


In the main office     X  

Remotely (student works from home)    X  

Combo At-home & In-Office  X 


Dates / Length of Summer Internship 10 weeks  

Required Hours/Week Flexible, but preferably 40 hours


Is there some type of salary or stipend?  Our office is happy to provide a stipend and that is available upon request.

If so, how much? Stipend amount is dependent on hours worked and financial needs.


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


To apply for an internship in Congressman Kim's Washington D.C. Office, please complete and submit the internship application through our website linked hereIf you are a New Jersey applicant, please include your home address on the application and any documents you submit.


Intern work areas:           Clerical X     Research X   Errands    Organizing 


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

Interns will assist staff members with administrative, legislative, and communications work. Typical intern duties include answering constituent calls, scheduling tours, writing press clips, drafting letters, sorting mail, and assisting Congressman’s staff on research and legislation. Internships are open to undergraduate students and recent college graduates. Stipends are provided to interns based on financial need. Preference will be given to applicants with New Jersey ties.


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. 

No, interns will work within normal business hours Monday-Friday.


What are your current COVID-19 workplace requirements?  (We recognize that these can change at any moment.)


The Office of Congressman Kim is committed to ensuring a safe working environment for all its staffers and is closely following CDC and local public health officials’ public safety guidance regarding in-person work. As such, this internship can either be remote or in-person or hybrid. Due to the intrinsic in-person nature of the internship, applicants who are interested in working in person will be asked to disclose their vaccination status upon being offered the position. Should candidates not wish to share that information, the applicant will be offered a remote internship.


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


The Office of Congressman Kim is committed to providing interns with the resources they need to successfully participate in our office internship program. As our internship would be taking place in Washington, D.C., we are happy to provide prospective interns with available housing resources if needed to aid in the process of securing a new residence. Please note: This office is an equal opportunity employer, committed to developing an organization that is reflective of the district that we serve. The office does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.