If you are interested in serving in my office as an intern, please fill out and return my internship application with a resume.

For an internship in Washington DC please contact Calvin Frauenfelder at  Calvin.Frauenfelder@mail.house.gov

For an internship in Victoria or Corpus Christi please contact John Maldonado at John.Maldonado@mail.house.gov

Standing on the Speaker's Balcony with Kelsey McIntyre, Jack Mulopulos and Jeremiah Hempel. They served as interns in my Washington office during the summer of 2016.
Washington, D.C.
Interns in my Washington, D.C. office will have an opportunity to learn about the legislative process and the federal government by working with legislative and communications staff members.

Corpus Christi and Victoria Offices
By assisting my district staff, interns have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience providing constituent services and interacting with the community through a congressional office.

These are unpaid internships and interns are responsible for their own housing. My staff will be happy to make housing suggestions. Additionally, my intern coordinator will work with college professors and interested students to design a specific internship that will fit both the needs of the student and the office.

Academic credit may be available for college students participating in the internship program. Please check with your college or university for more details.

Internship Openings

Summer Interns in Washington, D.C.: (2017 Summer Internships are Open)
My Washington, D.C. office is currently accepting applications for interns for this Summer. We are looking for highly qualified candidates that are motivated, detail-oriented, and personable. The ideal candidates will have excellent research and writing abilities, an interest in government and politics, and be able to multi-task and interact well with constituents. These are unpaid positions, but interns will have the opportunity to experience working on Capitol Hill, learn about the legislative process, and attend briefings of interest. Responsibilities include answering phones, assisting with constituent correspondence, and supporting the legislative and communication staff on various projects. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Calvin Frauenfelder at Calvin.Frauenfelder@mail.house.gov. Texas ties are preferred, but not required.

Spring/Summer Interns in Corpus Christi, Texas:
My Corpus Christi office is currently accepting applications for interns for the spring. We are looking for high school and college-aged candidates that are interested in the political process and working with constituents. Ideal candidates will have excellent writing and research abilities and an interest in helping the people of the 27th district. These positions are unpaid but interns will have the opportunity to work with constituents and the federal government. Responsibilities include answering phones, assisting with district events, and supporting Red Tape Cutters and Field Representatives on various projects. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to John Maldonado at John.Maldonado@mail.house.gov.

Media Intern:
My Washington, D.C. office is currently accepting applications for a media intern. Candidates should be highly motivated, detail-oriented and personable. The ideal candidates will have a background in new media, journalism, radio, television, film or public relations with a strong interest in digital media. Knowledge of graphic design, audio video production and editing or photography is a must (i.e. Adobe Photoshop, Premier, Final Cut Pro, etc.). Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: drafting/distributing social media posts, press releases and constituent correspondence, monitoring social media and other news sources, attending press conferences and briefings and working with the Press Secretary on photography, audio and video production. This is an unpaid position. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Peace at Elizabeth.Peace@mail.house.gov. Texas ties are preferred, but not required.